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Also known as seagulls, this family of birds, Laridae, also includes kittiwakes, terns, skuas and jaegers.
  • All About Birds: Gulls, Terns, and Skimmers

    Introduces the species found in North America with an identification guide, photographs, life history and sound clips for each one.

  • Animal Diversity Web: Family Laridae

    Galleries showing species within the family, including Noddies, Terns, and Dunlins, and a comprehensive range of gulls.

  • Atlantic and Mediterranean Yellow-legged Gulls

    Overview, detailed studies and papers, photographs and distribution maps.

  • Bob Lewis's Gull Site

    Self confessed certified gull freak, or larophile, shares his portfolio of hundreds of gull photographs complete with notes and viewer's comments.

  • Caspian Gulls in Suffolk, UK

    Edited, updated and more visual version of an article by Brian J. Small, originally published in Suffolk Birds 1999.

  • Dick's Birds: Gulls

    Extensive album of gull photographs, mostly European.

  • Frank Majoor

    Ecologist from the Netherlands decribes his work co-ordinating projects at Sovon Bird Research, and gives information on his hobby on bird ringing research, with an emphasis on gulls.

  • Gull Identification

    With images and descriptions of recognised species and subspecies, and hybrids, plus guides to abbreviations, shades of mantle gray, aging gulls, variability of plumage, and moult timings.

  • Gull Research Organisation

    Group studying and recording European gulls. Includes a forum, and guides to several species.

  • RSPB: Terns

    A guide to terns commonly found in the UK.

  • Surfbirds: Gulls and Terns of North America

    Provides photographs to aid in identification, and a short text on the Ring-billed Gull, Herring Gull, Laughing Gull, and Forster's Tern.

  • The Ugly Gull Page

    An identification forum for identifying the challenging gulls that don't look exactly like the pictures in the field guide. Includes a quick key to gulls of the North coast of Oregon.

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