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Silver Gull The Silver Gull has a white head, tail and underparts, with a light grey back and black-tipped wings. In adult birds the bill, legs and eye-ring are bright orange-red. <br />
They are found at virtually any watered habitat. Birds flock in high numbers around fishing boats as these leave or return to the coast, but seldom venture far out to sea.<br />
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They are found at virtually any watered habitat. Birds flock in high numbers around fishing boats as these leave or return to the coast, but seldom venture far out to sea.<br />
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Silver Gull

The Silver Gull has a white head, tail and underparts, with a light grey back and black-tipped wings. In adult birds the bill, legs and eye-ring are bright orange-red.
They are found at virtually any watered habitat. Birds flock in high numbers around fishing boats as these leave or return to the coast, but seldom venture far out to sea.

Silver Gull The Silver Gull has a white head, tail and underparts, with a light grey back and black-tipped wings. In adult birds the bill, legs and eye-ring are bright orange-red. <br />
They are found at virtually any watered habitat. Birds flock in high numbers around fishing boats as these leave or return to the coast, but seldom venture far out to sea.<br />
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  1. Silver Gull The Silver Gull has a white head, tail and underparts, with a light grey back and black-tipped wings. In adult birds the bill, legs and eye-ring are bright orange-red. <br />
They are found at virtually any watered habitat. Birds flock in high numbers around fishing boats as these leave or return to the coast, but seldom venture far out to sea.<br />
<br />
https://www.jungledragon.com/image/69067/silver_gull.html Australia,Charadriiformes,Chroicocephalus,Chroicocephalus novaehollandiae,Geotagged,Laridae,Silver Gull,Spring,bird,gull
    Posted one year ago
  2. I love this photo! So neat! Posted one year ago
    1. So glad you enjoyed :) I have a thing for minimalism and negative space in images. Thought I'd try and apply it to something as well known as a silver gull. Posted one year ago
  3. Stunning simplicity . Posted one year ago
    1. Thank you Ernst. Less is more as the saying goes. Posted one year ago
  4. Wow, I just love this!! Posted one year ago
    1. So glad you enjoyed Claire. Posted one year ago
  5. This should be hanging on the wall of a fine art gallery. Posted one year ago
    1. You are too kind John, thank you very much and I am very happy that you enjoyed seeing a 'slightly different' presentation of a common bird! Posted one year ago

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The silver gull novaehollandiae'') is the most common gull seen in Australia. It has been found throughout the continent, but particularly at or near coastal areas.

It is smaller than the pacific gull, which is also found in Australia.

The silver gull should not be confused with the herring gull, which is called "silver gull" in many other languages , but is a much larger, robust gull with no overlap in range.

Similar species: Waders, Gulls, Auks, Etc.
Species identified by Ruth Spigelman
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By Ruth Spigelman

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Uploaded Nov 11, 2018. Captured Jun 5, 2017 11:06 in 1 Memorial Dr, Bar Beach NSW 2300, Australia.
  • Canon EOS 60D
  • f/7.1
  • 1/395s
  • ISO100
  • 200mm