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Good idea. Cats will be cats though. I mean, if you lived out in the Far East on the fringes of the jungle a cat would probably save your life a dozen times a week catching horrid little things that scamper around at night.

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I'm not going to try to guess which cycle this bird is but I am going for Great Black Backed gull. I'll let you know when I find out.

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23 hours ago, George said:

I'm not going to try to guess which cycle this bird is but I am going for Great Black Backed gull. I'll let you know when I find out.

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This gull is in fact a Herring gull.

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I've never seen a badger in Brora, not even at nights while driving in the dark. They're here though, as last week I found a young dead one on Brora beach.

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Yeah, no signs of injury, no evidence in the sand of attack or struggle, and as you say, looks peaceful enough. Natural causes most likely.

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