“On 28th December 2012, a breeding colony of Red-billed Gulls (Larus scopulinus) was encountered along steep, chalky cliffs at Shag Point, South Island, New Zealand (above).
“The dedicated parents were looking after their well grown chicks (above). Each gull family unit had either one or two chicks, no more. Perhaps there was an instruction by a higher authority that ‘two is enough’ LINK.”
Dr Leong Tzi Ming
17th February 2013