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(Twitter)   Birds, just helping the stoppin' of the spread of the coronavirus   (twitter.com) divider line
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1154 clicks; posted to D'awww » on 19 Jul 2021 at 5:35 PM (10 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-07-19 1:49:15 PM  
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2021-07-19 3:20:09 PM  
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2021-07-19 3:34:34 PM  
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2021-07-19 3:46:06 PM  
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2021-07-19 6:02:04 PM  
I see seagulls do this all the time.
 
2021-07-19 7:25:49 PM  
Unless someone is throwing boardwalk fries on the beach, I don't usually see seagulls flock. They usually run. They run so far away.
 
2021-07-19 8:33:54 PM  
Good to see the government using their bird drones to nudge the populace into proper social distancing.
 
2021-07-19 10:14:29 PM  

Ragin' Asian: Unless someone is throwing boardwalk fries on the beach, I don't usually see seagulls flock. They usually run. They run so far away.


All night and day, too.
 
2021-07-20 12:49:20 AM  
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2021-07-20 6:24:11 AM  
WHAT ARE BIRDS
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2021-07-20 12:06:48 PM  
Egrets are walking bayonets.
 
2021-07-20 1:46:36 PM  

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All birds are government drones so they are programmed to stay 2 meters away. Since they are built on government contracts they are not that accurate.
 
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