Migration

Short to medium-distance migrant. Birds the breed inland throughout Canada and Alaska generally seek milder winters, when those currently along the coastlines of Alaska, the great Lakes, and brand-new England remain adjacent or relocate out come sea. Immature birds, also in seaside areas, head south, through younger birds migrating farther.




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Western Gull breeding adult is similar to Herring GullWestern Gull
Western Gull Nonbreeding adult is comparable to Herring GullWestern Gull
Western Gull 2nd winter is comparable to Herring GullWestern Gull
Western Gull very first winter is similar to Herring GullWestern Gull


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Ring-billed Gull reproduction adult is similar to Herring GullRing-billed Gull

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