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  • Gull steals chick
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    Gull steals chick
    18/07/2019
    Christine Hadfield ARPS/S/SIPA
    Pictured: The avocet chick is snapped up by the gull.

    A black-headed gull snatches a helpless chick from its parents, plucking it out of the water. The gull grabbed the baby avocet by the head before flying off to eat it.

    Photographers Christine and Kenneth Hadfield witnessed the heartbreaking moment on a lake at Washington Wetlands and Wildfowl Centre, County Durham. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.

    Please byline: Christine Hadfield ARPS/Solent News

    ' Christine Hadfield ARPS/Solent News &...

  • Gull steals chick
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    Gull steals chick
    18/07/2019
    Christine Hadfield ARPS/S/SIPA
    Pictured: The avocet chick is snapped up by the gull.

    A black-headed gull snatches a helpless chick from its parents, plucking it out of the water. The gull grabbed the baby avocet by the head before flying off to eat it.

    Photographers Christine and Kenneth Hadfield witnessed the heartbreaking moment on a lake at Washington Wetlands and Wildfowl Centre, County Durham. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.

    Please byline: Christine Hadfield ARPS/Solent News

    ' Christine Hadfield ARPS/Solent News &...

  • Gull steals chick
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    Gull steals chick
    18/07/2019
    Christine Hadfield ARPS/S/SIPA
    Pictured: The avocet chick with it's parents before the gull swoops in.

    A black-headed gull snatches a helpless chick from its parents, plucking it out of the water. The gull grabbed the baby avocet by the head before flying off to eat it.

    Photographers Christine and Kenneth Hadfield witnessed the heartbreaking moment on a lake at Washington Wetlands and Wildfowl Centre, County Durham. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.

    Please byline: Kenneth Hadfield ARPS/Solent News

    ' Kenneth Hadfield...

  • Gull steals chick
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    Gull steals chick
    18/07/2019
    Christine Hadfield ARPS/S/SIPA
    Pictured: The avocet chick is snapped up by the gull.

    A black-headed gull snatches a helpless chick from its parents, plucking it out of the water. The gull grabbed the baby avocet by the head before flying off to eat it.

    Photographers Christine and Kenneth Hadfield witnessed the heartbreaking moment on a lake at Washington Wetlands and Wildfowl Centre, County Durham. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.

    Please byline: Christine Hadfield ARPS/Solent News

    ' Christine Hadfield ARPS/Solent News &...

  • Gull steals chick
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    Gull steals chick
    18/07/2019
    Christine Hadfield ARPS/S/SIPA
    Pictured: The avocet chick is snapped up by the gull.

    A black-headed gull snatches a helpless chick from its parents, plucking it out of the water. The gull grabbed the baby avocet by the head before flying off to eat it.

    Photographers Christine and Kenneth Hadfield witnessed the heartbreaking moment on a lake at Washington Wetlands and Wildfowl Centre, County Durham. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.

    Please byline: Christine Hadfield ARPS/Solent News

    ' Christine Hadfield ARPS/Solent News &...

  • Gull steals chick
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    Gull steals chick
    18/07/2019
    Christine Hadfield ARPS/S/SIPA
    Pictured: The avocet chick is snapped up by the gull.

    A black-headed gull snatches a helpless chick from its parents, plucking it out of the water. The gull grabbed the baby avocet by the head before flying off to eat it.

    Photographers Christine and Kenneth Hadfield witnessed the heartbreaking moment on a lake at Washington Wetlands and Wildfowl Centre, County Durham. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.

    Please byline: Christine Hadfield ARPS/Solent News

    ' Christine Hadfield ARPS/Solent News &...

  • Gull steals chick
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    Gull steals chick
    18/07/2019
    Christine Hadfield ARPS/S/SIPA
    Pictured: The avocet chick is snapped up by the gull.

    A black-headed gull snatches a helpless chick from its parents, plucking it out of the water. The gull grabbed the baby avocet by the head before flying off to eat it.

    Photographers Christine and Kenneth Hadfield witnessed the heartbreaking moment on a lake at Washington Wetlands and Wildfowl Centre, County Durham. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.

    Please byline: Christine Hadfield ARPS/Solent News

    ' Christine Hadfield ARPS/Solent News &...