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.
“Every day, I watch that little gull grow,” she said. “The parents gulls look for their children. They do not leave their nests like other neighbors, because they are still waiting for their children to return.”
Six adult gulls and 40 young gulls were killed by a single cat.
Six adult gulls and 40 young gulls were killed by a single cat. Nearly 200 other gulls had to leave their nests.
Around the same time that this incident happened, residents of Mandurah came across a cat lurking in the area. It has white feathers. Over the next few days, the gulls continued to be killed or disappeared, and the animal tracking cameras confirmed the cat’s presence.
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