On a recent visit to Paris, I saw all kinds of things I expected—cafés, crêpe stands, street musicians, and art galleries. But I also saw something I did not expect — seagulls. What are seagulls doing in Paris, far ...
A two-hour drive from the French coast, Paris sets up an artificial seashore on the banks of the Seine each summer and while the beach may be fake, the seagulls overhead turn out to be real.
It's a weird, lopsided fight if ever there was one: seagulls divebombing to attack and feed on the fat of 50-ton whales and their babies. And the birds are winning.
Physicists have taken a close look at Roald Dahl's children's book, "James and the Giant Peach," in which a flock of gulls fly an outsize fruit and its occupants across the Atlantic.
(Phys.org) -- It may be a wet summer, but seagulls are benefiting from climate change.
Biologists have prepared guidelines for a more precise investigation into marine pollution from microplastic particles.
(AP) -- Three seagulls with jagged beer-can collar slipped around their necks have been discovered in the San Francisco area.
(AP) -- They are the ghastly images of a summer fouled before it started. Squawking seagulls and majestic brown pelicans coated in oil. Click. Gunk dripping from their beaks. Click. Big eyes wide open. Click. Even the professionals ...