Togetherness

The blurry bits in the background are brine flies. California gull and Black-Necked Stilts feed on them.  

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Chaos

Our real discoveries often come with chaos. The more I watched California gulls flying in the chaotic way the more I liked this organized chaos that looked strange but very interesting. I think.  

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Only a Few Seconds

With birds everything happens in a second. They are never still. They fly away from you or if you are lucky they fly toward you. I don’t have any idea why this California gull decided to fly toward me, I can only be grateful for that. Usually all birds are flying away from me. I […]

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The Desert Stories.

Contrary to their name these gulls are the state bird of Utah. They are migratory birds move to the Pacific coast in winter. That is only then this bird is regularly found in California. California gulls nest in colonies. The female usually lays 2 or 3 eggs. Both parents are very responsible and feed their […]

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