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Gulls are part of the Family Laridae, which includes Terns, Skimmers, and Noddys.

Information in this category covers classification, appearance, social behavior, distribution, habitat, diet and feeding habits, breeding, life cycle, threats, status, and conservation.
  • ADW: Herring Gull (Larus argentatus)

    Gives photographs, audio, distribution, habitat types, characteristics, taxonomy, life cycle, longevity, home range, primary diet, known predators, and adaptations.

  • Herring Gull (Larus argentatus argenteus)

    Examines classification, size, range, habitat, diet and feeding habits, appearance, status, threats, and conservation. Offers images, videos, and related species.

  • Black-billed Gull (Larus bulleri)

    Information covers physical characteristics, conservation and status, threats, locations, biomes, diet, nesting, images, and videos. From

  • Common Gull (Larus canus)

    Facts from include size, status, classification, distribution, habitat, seasonal diet, nesting, photographs, and links to additional information.

  • Heermann's Gull (Larus heermanni)

    Photographs, videos, and related species combine with classification, characteristics, status, threats, conservation, locations, and feeding information.

  • Lava Gull (Larus fuliginosus)

    Gives classification, pictures, video, current status, threats, conservation efforts, diet, nesting, foraging habitats, locations, and coloring.

  • NatureWorks: Ring-billed Gull (Larus delawarensis)

    From New Hampshire Public TV, reports classification, characteristics, diet and feeding behavior, seasonal range and habitat, reproduction, and nesting sites.

  • WhoZoo: Laughing Gull

    Gives scientific name, wild and zoo diets, size and appearance, range, habitat, colonies, feeding behavior, adaptations, and observations at the zoo.

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