Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Ring-billed Gull, November 13, 2019

Wild Bird Wednesday and My Corner of the World

Pickwick, Tennessee, USA, November 5, 2019
Ring-billed Gulls, Larus delawarensis, are migratory birds that I see here in the southern USA only in the colder months. Their breeding grounds are in Canada and the northernmost parts of the United States. Their diet consists of fish, insects, earthworms, fruit, and grain. And if you should carry a picnic lunch into their territory, do not leave your food unguarded. They may swoop down and grab a bite!

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  1. They are quite common here through the summer.

  2. These gulls are our fair weather friends!

  3. This is our most common gull overall, and many remain here in the winter.

  4. Sometimes we will get gulls flying up the lake from the ocean. I get a kick out of seeing them line up on a floating log, getting a free ride. - Margy

  5. This gull looks real pretty against the blue of the water. Great shot Lea!

  6. Nice photo. Thanks for the warning about picnics!

  7. Hello, great Gull photo. I see them here too. Wishing you a happy day!

  8. What a cutie. He looks like he's posing :)

    I'm glad to see you at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

    My Corner of the World

  9. Yes, we see them often in warm weather.


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