|Sand raking of Ferb|
|View walking up the hill at Spectacle Island|
North-East Atlantic Ocean. They often feed on mollusks, worms, and small crustaceans. They are quite invasive and are predators nonetheless. There are many and the growth of their species in our shores needs to be controlled. Their predator is called the Blue crab and can hopefully keep this invasive species under control. Another animal we saw is one you often see at beaches and that is the Seagull.
Did you know that their form of feeding is known as Kleptoparasitism meaning that they prey on the food that has already been caught or prepared by another animal. So keep and eye on your food because Big Seagull is watching and waiting. These animal usually eat live food like fish and sometimes they even peck at whales. They often thrive in Human habitats and have successfully been able to coexist with humans. They can be found all over the world. A large gull can grow to about 27 inches, while the little gull will grow to about 11 inches. But they are quite fascinating and while they can be a little loud and sometimes steal your food they are beautiful. But that's all for this time, I'll be back next week from Constitution Beach in East Boston.
Sea you later,