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What did the pig say at the beach on a hot summer’s day?
Interesting Fact: In breeding plumage, and sometimes in nonbreeding plumage as well, the Franklin’s Gull often shows a rosy pink cast (rarely salmon) on its chest and abdomen. This color is most apparent on the shafts and bases of its feathers. The color fades as the breeding season progresses as the pigment is broken down by sunlight. ( https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Franklins_Gull/lifehistory )
Great photo, love the aerodynamic body, the legs and feet retracted. Well done!
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You’ve gotten a great photograph of another beautiful feathered friend.
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You as well!