Laughing Gulls

Along the Mid-Atlantic coast Laughing Gulls are most often seen along boardwalks and beaches either begging for a handout or scouring the ground for left over morsels from people.  Venturing into back bays and marshes you might just luck upon the more ‘natural’  habitat and food for these gulls.  This flock was feasting on, I believe, horseshoe crab eggs.  The size of the group was impressive.  And not a single french fry! 

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