Allegra Boverman/Gloucester Daily Times. One seagull chick paces nthe inner courtyard of St. Ann Church on Thursday. It's one of a few that are almost ready to fly but not quite and are separated from their nests which are on top of the church's offices in the Pleasant Street complex. Office Manager Linda Rogers, left, talks about the situation and what it's like to observe the natural drama.
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