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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Herring Gull habitat, behavior, diet, migration patterns, conservation status, and
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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 ...
The Herring Gull has a large range, estimated globally at 10,000,000 square
kilometers. Native to the Americas, Europe, Asia and Africa, this bird prefers ...
Herring and Thayer's gulls are superficially quite similar. There are plumage and
structural differences, however, that help separate them at all ages. [All photos ...
Herring Gull, 1st cycle, Herring Gull, juvenile. Herring Gull, 1st cycle, Hering Gull,
1st cycle, Herring Gull, 1st cy (1 of 2), Herring Gull, 1st cy (2 of 2). Herring Gull ...