Laughing gull from the Wednesday lab trip (Mar. 23). Photo credit to Patrick Styles.
2 months ago
Greater yellowlegs, ring-billed gulls, and one laughing gull. Photo taken during Wednesday lab outing to Poquoson (Mar. 23).
Dina's City Wildlife Adventures
Snowy egrets waiting for a handout from a fisherman.
Cormorants keeping an eye on things from up high.
The juvenile reddish egret is still hanging around the pier. 47 more words
6 months, 1 week ago
A Big Manhattan Year
The Franklin’s Gull looks very similar to the Laughing Gull. Both are common throughout their ranges, with the former occurring in the central swath of North America and the latter along the East Coast. 642 more words
6 months, 2 weeks ago
The photo shows about a fourth of the birds in this grouping, at rest together in the shallows of the Boddeker Road tide pool. 103 more words
7 months ago
Nature & Wildlife Photography by Emily Carter Mitchell
The Chesapeake Bay has had some difficult weather this past week, and in tough times, the gulls of the bay rest along the beach of Sandy Point Park. 173 more words
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