263 illustrations of birds including: falcon, finch, flamingo, fly-catcher, fulmar, gadwall, gallinule, gannet, garganey, gnatcatcher, goat-sucker, goldfinch, goosander, goose, goshawk, grallatore, grebe, grosbeak, guan, guillemot, guinea fowl, guitguit, and gull

Gulls live at the seashore wandering for food. They eat fish, crustaceans and mollusks.

Gull

Gulls live at the seashore wandering for food. They eat fish, crustaceans and mollusks.

Gulls live at the seashore wandering for food. They eat fish, crustaceans and mollusks.

Gull

Gulls live at the seashore wandering for food. They eat fish, crustaceans and mollusks.

Gulls live at the seashore wandering for food. They eat fish, crustaceans and mollusks.

Gull

Gulls live at the seashore wandering for food. They eat fish, crustaceans and mollusks.

Gulls live at the seashore wandering for food. They eat fish, crustaceans and mollusks.

Gull

Gulls live at the seashore wandering for food. They eat fish, crustaceans and mollusks.

Herring gulls are web-footed and have long wings and tail, with remarkable power of flight.

Gull

Herring gulls are web-footed and have long wings and tail, with remarkable power of flight.

Gulls are in general medium to large birds, typically grey or white, often with black markings on the head or wings. They have stout, longish bills and webbed feet.

Gull

Gulls are in general medium to large birds, typically grey or white, often with black markings on the…

A gull perched on a rock by the ocean.

Gull

A gull perched on a rock by the ocean.

"Larus heermanni. White-headed Gull. Bill shorter than head or tarsus, rather slender, moderately compressed, the tip rather acute; its color red in part in the adult. Folded wings reaching beyond the tail. Tail of moderate length, even, slightly emarginate in the young. Feet rather large. Tarsus equal to the middle toe and claw. General colors dark; tail mostly blackish. Adult, breeding plumage: Bill bright vermilion red, black for its terminal third, sometimes wholly red; a red ring around eye. Head white; this color gradually merging on the neck into plumbeous-ash, which extends over the whole under parts, being lighter on the abdomen and under tail-coverts than elsewhere. The back is deep plumbeous-slate, lighter on the rump. Upper tail-coverts clearly ashy. Upper surfaces of wings like the back; the primaries black; the tips of all, except the two or three outer ones, narrowly white. Tail black, narrowly tipped with white. Legs and feet reddish-black." Elliot Coues, 1884

White-headed Gull Head

"Larus heermanni. White-headed Gull. Bill shorter than head or tarsus, rather slender, moderately compressed,…

"A long-winged water-bird with webbed feet, inhabiting all parts of the world. The group to which gulls belong embraces also the terns, and these two kinds of birds are closely related." — Beach, 1909

Black-headed Gull

"A long-winged water-bird with webbed feet, inhabiting all parts of the world. The group to which gulls…

"The Common Gray Gull"

Gray Gull

"The Common Gray Gull"

"A long-winged water-bird with webbed feet, inhabiting all parts of the world. The group to which gulls belong embraces also the terns, and these two kinds of birds are closely related." — Beach, 1909

Great Black Backed Gull

"A long-winged water-bird with webbed feet, inhabiting all parts of the world. The group to which gulls…

"The Great Black-backed Gull is one of the most remarkable among sea-gulls. It is pure white, with a black back.

Great Black-backed Gull

"The Great Black-backed Gull is one of the most remarkable among sea-gulls. It is pure white, with a…

Feeding chiefly on fish, the great black-billed gull has been known to feed on small birds.

Great Black-Billed Gull

Feeding chiefly on fish, the great black-billed gull has been known to feed on small birds.

"Larus ichthyaetus, the Great Black-headed Gull, ranging from the Black Sea and the Levant to Tibet, and wintering in Southern Asia, has the bill almost orange." A. H. Evans, 1900. The adults have a black hood, grey wings and back, and white wing tips.

Great Black-Headed Gull

"Larus ichthyaetus, the Great Black-headed Gull, ranging from the Black Sea and the Levant to Tibet,…

"A long-winged water-bird with webbed feet, inhabiting all parts of the world. The group to which gulls belong embraces also the terns, and these two kinds of birds are closely related." — Beach, 1909

Herring Gull

"A long-winged water-bird with webbed feet, inhabiting all parts of the world. The group to which gulls…

A small to medium sized gull, which when an adult, have their head enveloped in a dark or blackish hood or capistrum.

Hooded Gull

A small to medium sized gull, which when an adult, have their head enveloped in a dark or blackish hood…

"A long-winged water-bird with webbed feet, inhabiting all parts of the world. The group to which gulls belong embraces also the terns, and these two kinds of birds are closely related." — Beach, 1909

Killiwake Gull

"A long-winged water-bird with webbed feet, inhabiting all parts of the world. The group to which gulls…

A masked gull, perched on a rock on a body of water.

Masked Gull

A masked gull, perched on a rock on a body of water.

A sea gull swimming.

Sea Gull

A sea gull swimming.

"Shows the twisted levers or screws formed by the wings of the gull."—Pettigrew, 1874

Sea Gull

"Shows the twisted levers or screws formed by the wings of the gull."—Pettigrew, 1874

"A long-winged water-bird with webbed feet, inhabiting all parts of the world. The group to which gulls belong embraces also the terns, and these two kinds of birds are closely related." — Beach, 1909

Small Black-Backed Gull

"A long-winged water-bird with webbed feet, inhabiting all parts of the world. The group to which gulls…

An illustration of gulls eating crickets from a crop field.

Gulls Eating Crickets

An illustration of gulls eating crickets from a crop field.

The gyrfalcon or Greenland Falcon is the largest of the falcon species.

Gyrfalcon

The gyrfalcon or Greenland Falcon is the largest of the falcon species.