Hundreds of Ring-billed Gulls swarmed the shallow water near the edge of the lake, apparently drawn there by the many little fish that seemed to have beached themselves. They soared, stooped, dove, gathered up the little slimy guys, and plopped them down in the mud to try to eat them.
But… a gull does not have the expandable gullet that herons, egrets, and other fish-eating waterfowl have. The following sequence of one little gull trying to choke down a fish as big as its head was kind of humorous. The poor bird tried three times to choke it down without success.
So, not really much of a feast then.