Ok so I was on a walk yesterday in the country village of Holmfirth which is 9 miles out from the town Huddersfield.
To my amazement the fields were full of seagulls, purchased on power lines, flying about overhead and making one hell of a lot of noise.
I have never seen a seagull in my village before or even this far away from the coast. To give people who are not from the UK an idea of were
Huddersfield is I have included this map. The A is were Huddersfield is located its nearest coast is on the west coast which is roughly 55 miles away
and the east coast is 75 miles away.
The only explanation I can think of for that many seagulls being so far away from the coast is the incoming storm which is covered in this thread
Advanced Warning of Double Major Storms For UK Next Week - In Depth Analysis (Be
The first storm is suppose to hit us tomorrow the met office have got severe weather warnings in place for the entire week but sever weather warnings
are not a huge deal we get them fairly regularly but seeing all these seagulls so far from the cost makes me think we are really going to be in for it
by the end of the week.
Stay safe people!
edit on 12-12-2011 by RandalFlagg because: (no reason given)