The little gull, scientific name Hydrocoloeus minutus or Larus minutus, is around is a small gall that breeds throughout northern Europe and the Palaearctic.
little gull is the smallest gull in... Read More ⟶
Heermann's gull, scientific name Larus heermanni is a Gaul resident in the United States, Mexico, and extreme southwestern British Columbia, nesting in Isla Rasa in almost all of the Gulf of... Read More ⟶
The black-tailed gull, scientific name Larus crassirostris is a cheekbone from the coast of East Asia. Male and females are identical, where the male is larger than the female.
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Mew Gull is the smallest of the white-spotted whiteheads and several similar cheeks with black wings. Its small bill and dark eyes give it a gentle expression.
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On the Atlantic coast of Europe, the Lesser Black-Backed Gull, scientific Larus fuscus is a large herd breed sporadically. It is a winter bird, that resides from the British Isles to South Africa.... Read More ⟶
The great black-backed gull is an ocean bird that resides in the cold region, found in a variety of coastal habitats, as well as rocky and sandy coasts and estuaries. The great black-backed gull also... Read More ⟶
European herring gull, scientific name Larus argentatus is a large gull, which lengths up to 66 cm, or 26 inches long in its plain, smooth and slender body shape. One of the most well-known of all... Read More ⟶
The Glaucous gull, scientific name Larus hyperboreus is a large gull, the second largest gull in the world. Because it is a bird of cold region, Arctic regions of the Northern Hemisphere
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The average yellow-naped Amazon lifespan is 20 to 30 years in the wild form and 60 to 80 years in captivity. The cute yellow-naped Amazon parrots are popular with birds thanks to their intelligence,... Read More ⟶
The short-tailed hawk, scientific name Buteo brachyurus is an American bird of prey. This huge bird belongs to the family Accipitridae. The same family applies to other birds of prey like eagles and... Read More ⟶