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Every night at around 6 pm, a flock of seagulls would congregate on a point near the cove where we were camped, hoping to catch some discarded fish entrails. After the gulls had a few minutes to pick at walleye carcasses, between one and three eagles would swoop in and take the largest remaining remains.

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Taken on June 30, 2010