According to research by Greenwell and colleagues published in Animal magazine, a single cat in Mandurah has been harassing the nesting area of 220 gulls for weeks. It is responsible for the deaths of 6 adult gulls and 40 young.
Apparently, this protected area is no longer safe. All the gulls have left, leaving a patch of land left with empty nests, dead bodies, dried blood stains, and the regretful indignation of the Mandurah residents.
Unusual signs have been recorded since the night of November 18, 2018. City dwellers have been awakened by the chaotic cry of gulls. A white cat was kicked out of the sanctuary.
For the next several days, Greenwell began to find dead birds, which were essentially only remains. Many other birds also went missing. The death of an eight day old gull dealt a blow to Greenwell. It is also the first calf born in the Mandurah sanctuary.
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