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High schools across America were covered in the Hollister seagull.
On their dives around Maine’s Appledore Island, a craggy island off New Hampshire that’s home to nesting seagulls, Dijkstra and colleague Larry Harris have witnessed dramatic changes.
A flock of seagulls tap their hearts out, led by Jonathan Klos' raucously brazen Scuttle (whose entrance is perfectly seagull-like).
A flock of seagulls swooped down like birds of prey.
Another, Michael Wenzel, was investigated by federal wildlife officials over photos that seemed to show him abusing pelicans and a seagull, although the case was closed without any action being taken.
PETOSKEY, Mich. — Authorities say a man has been arrested after being spotted chasing seagulls while naked on a popular northern Michigan beach.
Agents seized 784 pounds of shrimp, six seagulls, the rifle, drug paraphernalia, marijuana and crystal methamphetamine.
As a result, his line wrapped around one of the seagulls that had pointed out to him the location of the fish.
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