Gulls In San Francisco, Informally Called Seagulls, As Birds In The Wild
The gulls are generalist feeders. Indeed, they are the least specialised of all the seabirds, and their morphology allows for equal adeptness in swimming, flying, and walking. They are more adept walking on land than most other seabirds, and the smaller gulls tend to be more manoeuvrable while walking. [from wikipedia]
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Gull against a deep blue sky.
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Gulls, Informally Called Seagulls
San Francisco, California
(Photo posted Monday 17 December 2007)
(Photo taken 1971, Slide scanned 2007)
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Gull against a deep blue sky.


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Gull on a lamp
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Gulls, Informally Called Seagulls
San Francisco, California
(Photo posted Monday 17 December 2007)
(Photo taken 2000, Slide scanned 2007)
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Gull on a lamp


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Gull on a well used concrete piling
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Gulls, Informally Called Seagulls
San Francisco, California
(Photo posted Monday 17 December 2007)
(Photo taken 2006, Slide scanned 2007)
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Gull on a well used concrete piling


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Gulls fill a clouded sky over the bay
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Gulls, Informally Called Seagulls
Ft. Mason, San Francisco, California
(Photo posted Monday 4 February 2008)
(Photo taken 12:35:54 Sunday 3 February 2008)
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Gulls fill a clouded sky over the bay


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Gull hovered and waited
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Gulls, Informally Called Seagulls
Ferry Building, San Francisco, California
(Photo posted Wednesday 13 February 2008)
(Photo taken 12:39:32 Saturday 9 February 2008)
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Gull hovered and waited


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Gull emulated curve of window
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Gulls, Informally Called Seagulls
Ferry Building, San Francisco, California
(Photo posted Wednesday 13 February 2008)
(Photo taken 12:40:50 Saturday 9 February 2008)
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Gull emulated curve of window


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Gulls in an abandoned parking lot
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Gulls, Informally Called Seagulls
Off Embarcadero, San Francisco, California
(Photo posted Friday 6 June 2008)
(Photo taken 11:39:12 Sunday 27 April 2008)
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Gulls in an abandoned parking lot


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Two gulls viewed from above
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Gulls, Informally Called Seagulls
Off Embarcadero, San Francisco, California
(Photo posted Friday 6 June 2008)
(Photo taken 10:49:46 Saturday 3 May 2008)
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Two gulls viewed from above


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The gull stood on the very edge of the roof
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Gulls, Informally Called Seagulls
Ft. Point, San Francisco, California
(Photo posted Friday 12 December 2008)
(Photo taken 15:09:54 Friday 8 August 2008)
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The gull stood on the very edge of the roof


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