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The long-line season opens in March. Fish deliveries to the processing plants start soon after, attracting gulls that have started gathering for herring season to the slurry of waste that is pumped into the Channel.
Today ended up being a bit more full than I planned, as it took longer to get stuff ready for my dad’s arrival in town this evening. I was able to walk over to the bridge after class and catch … Continue reading
Herring were spawning under O’Connell bridge today and I grabbed some photos on my way over. Later this evening I was out by Pioneer Park and took some pictures of gulls gathered out there for the spawning that took place … Continue reading
Early in January I noticed a Sea Otter feeding in the kelp patch right off the Sea Mart Parking lot. The juvenile gull pictured here followed it around pretty closely, presumably hoping to grab a scrap or two from what … Continue reading
Another stormy night with lots of wind and rain through much of the night, especially the very early morning hours. Mystery Call: This is almost certainly a gull. I am not sure which species, though. My best guess would be … Continue reading