herring gull


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herring gull

Larus argentatus. See also gull.
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Steve Owen, NBC Environment regional sales manager said: "As we've seen during recent months and years, Herring Gulls have become a problem bird during prime tourist season in Scarborough and Whitby.
In the 1970s, the Canadian Wildlife Service (CWS) created the Great Lakes Herring Gull Monitoring Program (GLHGMP).
If you live in one of our coastal towns, you'd be forgiven for thinking that Herring Gulls are common, even increasing.
Key words: black tern, Caspian tern, Great Slave Lake, herring gull, mew gull, mercury, organochlorines, selenium
The Erie County landfill, 7 km south of Lake Erie and 17-21 km southeast of herring gull (Laws argentatus) nesting colonies on Sandusky Bay (Belant et al.
Herring Gull in the surf PICTURE: BEN PORTER MOST us in North Wales live near the sea and, each summer, millions more come to our coasts to experience our wonderful seascapes.
The RSPCA received a call to say orphaned herring gull chicks had been found on a roof in Cobb Walk/Vollum Rise, on Hartlepool Headland, on Monday.
The injured herring gull was found on Paton Close in West Kirby on Saturday.
Contract award: sterilization of herring gull eggs from nests.
The herring gull is a common bird in Aberdeen and many pairs nest each year on the city's rooftops causing concern among some residents.
Black-backed gull and the herring gull are thought to be the two main species involved in nuisance behaviour.
In this pilot study, the prevalence and patterns of antimicrobial resistance in Escherichia coli cultured from wild herring gull (Larus argentatus) feces and human wastewater at Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA, was compared.