Live: You’ll never miss black-headed gulls in southwest China

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    About over 40,000 black-headed gulls have arrived in Kunming, capital of southwest China’s Yunnan Province from Russia’s Siberia region. The number has beaten all previous records, according to Kunming Municipal Forestry and Grassland Bureau and the Kunming Ornithological Society. The gulls will leave Kunming in April for yearly migration. Catch every opportunity to watch the birds flying above sky with us!

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