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WARNING!!! Aggressive behavious - Don't watch if theses events bother you!

Friend of mine shot this clip. I have not seen seagulls act this way before. I have seen seagulls attack other animals and birds but never their own species except for eating seagull chicks. Anyone familiar with this or why it is occurring? I'm just curious if it is unusual or actually common.

WARNING!!! Aggressive behavious - Don't watch if theses events bother you!



Thanks,

David

I’m confused. How many years ago was this?

Yup, Stilt Sandpiper.

GHO from this morning.

Lovely shots, Keith.

Canon T6i ( Body only )

WOW... Just a few hours and I'm not able to edit. […]