A common sight in our winter skies is the unending parade of gulls working a stretch of shoreline. We enjoy watching them on our beach walks along the bluffs as they catch the updrafts from winds off the water and glide for long distances down the beach while scanning the surf, sand and tidal pools below for their next meal. They then slowly work their way back up the beach and maneuver into position for yet another long sail down the shore. All in a day's work for these sturdy gliders.
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