22 November, 2019

skywatch

The gulls are waiting for the arrival of fish at the processing plant.


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35 comments:

  1. That are a lot of gulls Bill.

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  2. Bien temprano abandonan el nido para saciar su apetito. Saben que los despojo lo arrojan al agua.

    Besos

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  3. Seagulls are very clever. They are smarter than most people give them credit for.

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  4. Hello, the sky and gulls are lovely. Beautiful capture! Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy weekend!

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  5. ...soon it will be dinner time.

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  6. I have counted 109 sea gulls. How many can you count in the photo?

    God bless.

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  7. They know where the goodies are.

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  8. Hi Bill.

    They know exactly when it comes.
    Nice picture.

    Greeting from Patricia.

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  9. Looking for breakfast are they Bill 😊

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  10. How wonderful that men have contributed to the cycles of nature!

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  11. OMG Bill!
    This photo is so beautiful that it is almost spiritual!

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  12. You don’t have to call the gulls twice to their dinner.

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  13. That's such a great picture. The birds always wait around if they know food is going to be showing up.

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  14. Looks like the weather could go either way, rain or sunshine!
    Beautiful picture.

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  15. They know the time---little bird watches synchronized.
    MB

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  16. Our gulls have finally disappeared. But gulls are the same all over . they know how to wait for a good meal.

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  17. Waiting for breakfast! Nice sky there Bill.

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  18. It is very windy here today and the gulls are having a fine time soaring above the city.

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  19. Gorgeous sky. The processing plant looks huge! Enjoy your weekend.

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  20. That's a lovely photograph.
    Birds/Gulls know when there's food around!

    All the best Jan

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  21. I don't know, maybe the birds are there just to enjoy the sunset. :-)

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  22. Hopefully they get some goodies.

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  23. We still have fish processing plants in BC. Many are now associated with fish farms, not very popular here. You can always tell if a fishing boat is coming home with a halo of white gulls swarming around. - Margy

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  24. Isn't that lovely? Happy Saturday Bill

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  25. Pleasant skywatch and the plant looks big enough to progress with fish storing.

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  26. Oh yes, they know where to cadge their next easy meal!

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