|Site Of Nest:
colonially or singly on coasts and cliffs.
Fish, molluscs, offal, scraps and eggs.
A fairly large gull, very pale in all plumages, with absolutely no
melanin in the tips of the primaries in adult plumage. Adults are pale
with a yellowish-green bill. Immatures are very pale grey; the bill is
more extensively dark than with Glaucous Gull, and lacks pink. It is
smaller and thinner billed than the large Glaucous Gull, and is usually
smaller than the Herring Gull. It takes four years to reach maturity.
on Gull identification
May to July.
2 - 3 light brown eggs