The Western Gull is a large white-headed gull inhabiting the west coast of North America.


The Western Gull is very similar to the Herring Gull, but it is slightly larger with a darker gray back, black trails on the underside of the wings, a more thicker bill, and a deeper voice.

Distribution and habitat

The Western Gull is a resident in most of the west coast of North America, and spends the nonbreeding season in the top part of Washington, British Columbia, and Baja California Sur.

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