The bull caught a Harbour Seal! The family would come in and take turns feeding. Even the Gulls and Eagles take turns as a Harbour Seal has a high fat content to protect them from the cold. That fat is lighter then water and so floats to the surface. When you see Gulls massing over the water and diving in that’s a defiant sign that there was a kill.

9 thoughts on “MAKING A KILL

  1. Sad, though, isn’t it? I wish there were another way. Will you ever recognize the lucky seal if you were to see it again – you would if the eye were still damaged, of course.

      1. Yes, sadly that is true … I still cannot get past the Cooper’s Hawk who took the lives of Grady and the rest of the bunch last year. It makes me both angry and sad.

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