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Thread: English and Irish seagulls

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    English and Irish seagulls

    Watch out as half way across on the ferry ride you can see the seagulls change colour as it gets to far for the English ones to fly out the Irish ones take over and English fly back.

    Colours the Irish being a lighter gray

    I`m sure JPR knows better and calls me a numpty again, but you watch out for for it you ferry riders fascinating stuff.

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    Not that simple, I think........there are two species that occur on both sides of the Irish sea, though perhaps in different numbers.....


    Herring Gull


    Lesser Black backed Gull


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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    Watch out as half way across on the ferry ride you can see the seagulls change colour as it gets to far for the English ones to fly out the Irish ones take over and English fly back.

    Colours the Irish being a lighter gray

    I`m sure JPR knows better and calls me a numpty again, but you watch out for for it you ferry riders fascinating stuff.
    can i have some of whatever your on
    defender of the midlands

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    Quote Originally Posted by frank1200 View Post
    can i have some of whatever your on
    He's on a ferry crossing the Irish Sea.... wish I was....

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