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Ring-Billed Gull

Larus delawarenesis

A hundred years ago this now common gull was becoming rare because its oily eggs were valued for baking cakes. While many gulls are only commonly seen in saltwater, this small species thrives in freshwater environments.

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CONSERVATION STATUS

Least Concern

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