a common, large gull, Larus argentatus, of the Northern Hemisphere.
The American herring gull or Smithsonian gull is a large gull that breeds in North
America, where it is treated by the American Ornithologists' Union as a ...
Spiraling above a fishing boat or squabbling at a dock or parking lot, Herring
Gulls are the quintessential gray-and-white, pink-legged "seagulls." They're the ...
Large, abundant, and widespread, the Herring Gull is among the most familiar
members of its family, especially in the northeast. It has been extending its range
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The Herring Gull is a large gull that can easily be confused with almost any of the
other large gull species. The adult wears the typical gull-like plumage of ...
Herring gull Larus argentatus. Identification Tips: Length: 20 inches Wingspan:
55 inches; Large gull; Fairly large bill with distinct gonydeal angle; Flat forehead
Herring gulls tend to live and breed in coastal areas and generally only live
inland in small numbers and near bodies of water. The most important habitat ...