|A lined nest on the ground often on top of a rocky stack.
They will investigate any small organism they encounter and will
readily eat almost anything that they can swallow. Will hunt and kill
smaller than themselves.
It is grayish-black on the wings and back, with conspicuous,
contrasting white "mirrors" at the wing tips. The legs are pinkish, and
the bill is
yellow or yellow-pink with some orange or red near the tip of lower bill.
Notes on Gull identification
April - June
1 to 3 eggs greenish-brown with dark speckles and blotches.