Saturday, 11 February 2017

SATURDAY CRITTERS

For linking with SATURDAY CRITTERS today I am showing you two Herring Gulls that I photographed and videoed displaying to one another the other day.  I thought it was a bit early to be doing this but then I am not a bird!!  Enjoy. 



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Next Tuesday I have a lovely video of Eider Ducks displaying so hope you pop in then to view that.

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15 comments:

  1. ...I need to give a video a try one of these days.

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  2. We get to see many gulls, especially during spring and fall tilling. I have seen flocks of thousands of gulls following tractors across a field.

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  3. Wonderful shots of the herring gulls.

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  4. Hello Margaret, great photos of the gulls. I enjoyed the video too. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

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  5. Very beautiful birds! Happy weekend!

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  6. It is too early, Margaret!! She flashed him and he barely batted an eyeball.
    We have gulls that look that here. But at our house a lot more doves. I saw a whitiesh bird drinking from our spa waterfall (goes into the pool). I must patch the giant inflated swan and get him back into the water. He scares the birds into going to the neighbors' instead.
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  7. So interesting, with those head bobs! the one in the first picture sure is screaming! Are they mates?

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  8. Nice pics and love the video. Interesting to see their head movements. Thanks for taking the time to video them.

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  9. Gulls are some commonly seen-- just about everyplace. But I never get tired of watching them!

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  10. I'll just bet they are up to some mischief.

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  11. birds are really interesting aren't they

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  12. As much as the gulls can at times be annoying,I am looking forward to watching them again this spring and summer.

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  13. Gulls are such fun to watch. Such great photos and video footage.

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  14. I love gulls. I didn't know that the Herring Gulls were on your side of the world. Really cool! I grew up with these guys on our beaches in Wisconsin.

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