Seagulls: Away From the Beach

Seagull at Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport, CT. Photo by Katelyn Avery.

Seagull at Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport, CT. Photo by Katelyn Avery.

Seagulls aren’t appreciated for anything more than being those pesky birds that devour stray fries from McDonald’s parking lots. Despite being more than a disposable piece of everyday life, seagulls don’t get any spotlight away from the beach.

Seagulls aren’t only beautiful above sand. They serve a purpose as they swoop down for discarded fast food. Nature implanted a natural janitor for anything “clean”. These birds take care of items that don’t pollute the earth, and can be categorized as edible.  This doesn’t mean people should litter, because that ten foot walk to the trash can is just too far for their couch potato legs. However, they should give credit where credit is due.

Seagulls should be able to spread their wings, opening themselves up for a mental hug. A real hug may cause some hard to a person, but admiring these birds inside your head works. Give it up for seagulls. They are actually magnificent creatures.

-Katelyn Avery

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About Katelyn The Journalist

Katelyn Avery is a Connecticut based writer, born in 1993. She graduated from Central Connecticut State University in May 2016. Journalism major, History minor. Having a bachelor's degree is cool. As someone who has enjoyed writing since childhood Katelyn is very excited to see where her career choice will take her.
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2 Responses to Seagulls: Away From the Beach

  1. “Seagulls aren’t appreciated for anything more than being those pesky birds that devour stray fries from McDonald’s parking lots.” That was cute.

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