Animals

Birds in La Jolla

Together with the seals and sea lions are birds hovering all over the oceanside of La Jolla in San Diego.

There must be a thousand of them.

Birds especially seagulls are very representative of Southern California.

Go ahead and enjoy looking at the images as I did taking pictures of them.

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24 replies »

  1. Excellent bird pics. We get lots of Herring Gulls like the one in your photo in central London – usually seen fighting over discarded McDonalds burgers. Although there are Pelicans in St. James’ Park, they’re definitely not an indigenous species like yours Looks like the one in the middle shot is eyeing you up for lunch πŸ˜‰

  2. Thank you very much Rommel! You know, here on your photo I see that actually there are seagulls that have some red spot on the beak, I wasn’t sure, and there is one that comes here often, looks like that, and I recognize it because he doesn’t walk very well with a leg.I thought it was hurt, but apart from the leg that maybe it will recover, the beak is ok then πŸ˜€

    • About a thousand of birds and a hundred to two hundred seals and seagulls. Great combination La Jolla offer. I have both picture posts of the seals and the location.
      Thanks a lot, lot for visiting my blog.

  3. I love your birds, in all of their fine detail, Rommel. This must have been a thrilling experience to have actually been there, to snap off these shots. Wonderful selections and a wonderful share. πŸ™‚ Thanks for posting.

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