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The new marsh nightmare

Since one month, one Larus cachinnans michahellis is prowling in the wetland, searching for food. Obviously it doesn’t hesitate to kill and eat our dear numerous Fulica atra. We assisted in live to the meal of this gull, watching it in the telescope. Now, as soon as it’s approaching the lake, every bird doesn’t dare to stay around and fly away from it. Even the Circus aeruginosus doesn’t scare birds like that. We must admit that the Marsh Harrier is a quite bad hunter compared to our Larus. Let’s hope that thanks to it we will have less than 3000 Coot to count the next time.