Ring-billed Seagulls

North America is home to a variety of different seagull species and each inhabit different areas of the continent. One of the most common seagulls is the Ring-billed gull, which has been spotted throughout most of the United States and Canada. Though many gulls feature similar characteristics, the Ring-billed gull is easily identified by a distinct black stripe near the end of their beak. They are opportunistic scavengers and are often found around areas frequented by human activity.

Popular posts from this blog

White Daisy Flowers

Blue Mitted Ragdoll Cat

Trail Boardwalks