I especially like the last shot Craig. I don't know about there, but the gulls on our beaches can be very cheeky and will grab the food out of your hand, so don't go to the beach for a picnic. :)
Good for you to get a new bird on your list. This is a new bird for me too, but I guess I can't call it a lifer since I've just seen your photos! I've lived in Alaska and on the West Coast all my life, and this appears to be an East Coast bird. I like the last shot too. Looks like he was definitely sizing up your potential as a food source.
Nice! I've seen a few laughing gulls up here in Gloucester Harbor this spring. They are not very common up here.
Hey Craig, I love your seagull shots. Your seagulls are cuter than the ones we have up north : )
Thanks for sharing your day at the beach.Guess it proves that 'life' birds can show up anywhere. Blessings,Ruth
Hi Craig, thanks for stopping by my blog. I look forward to your visits! Your seagull shots are incredible...especially love the last one! Great job!!
Craig,Such nice photos!! The lighting is perfect and you really captured some nice shots!! Such a handsome bird..So glad you were able to find a 'life bird' while having a day at the beach!!
That last one is A-W-E-S-O-M-E! Congrats on these fine photos Craig!
That would be a lifer for me too, Craig! You got some really neat shots - I Love the one with the two of them kissing (or whatever ;-) And that last one in flight in the beautiful blue sky with clouds is just awesome!!!
Great pictures. A lifer is always exciting!
Great shot on the last photo. I also liked the first one and the vivid red of the gull as well!
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