Gulls In Spokane, Washington, Informally Called Seagulls, As Birds In The Wild
The wingtips of most species are black, which improves their resistance to wear and tear, usually with a diagnostic pattern of white markings. The head of a gull may be covered by a dark hood or be entirely white. The plumage of the head varies by breeding season; in nonbreeding dark-hooded gulls, the hood is lost, sometimes leaving a single spot behind the eye, and in white-headed gulls, nonbreeding heads may have streaking. [from wikipedia]
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A gull perched on the top step
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Gulls, Informally Called Seagulls
Riverfront Park, Spokane, Washington, U.S.A.
(Photo posted Monday 17 December 2007)
(Photo taken 2006, Slide scanned 2007)
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A gull perched on the top step


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Young gull on lawn
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Gulls, Informally Called Seagulls
Riverfront Park, Spokane, Washington
(Photo posted Monday 17 December 2007)
(Photo taken 2006, Slide scanned 2007)
© 2007 Terry Welte
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Young gull on lawn


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Young gull about to take off in flight
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Gulls, Informally Called Seagulls
Riverfront Park, Spokane, Washington
(Photo posted Monday 17 December 2007)
(Photo taken 2006, Slide scanned 2007)
© 2007 Terry Welte
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License
#Gull20060000_03


Young gull about to take off in flight


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