This is how the seagulls sleep

A curious picture I take on July 8 in Bayona (Galicia, Spain). That day the Sun set at 22:14. A while later, this lonely yellow-legged gull (Larus michahellis) sat at one end of the Battery of Santiago, at Monterreal Castle. It turned its head, put it on its back and slowly closed its eyes. This photo was taken at 22:40. The seagull had already fallen asleep.

The chicks go to sleep
A seagull stalking my omelette in El Corte Inglés

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