black-headed gull

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black-headed gull

[ˌblækhedɪdˈgʌl] Ngaviota f de cabeza negra
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I counted black headed gull, herring gull, greater black backed gull, lesser black backed gull, Axmouth Seaton heron, mute swan, greenshank, redshank, lapwing, grey plover, avocet, curlew, cormorant, shag, shelduck, long-tailed duck, dunlin, teal, bar-tailed godwit, black-tailed godwit, turnstone, oystercatcher, red breasted merganser, great crested grebe, slavonian grebe, wigeon, brent goose and peregrine.
She said: "Some of these species, specifically the herring gull and the black headed gull, are recognised as being species of particular importance for the conservation of our biodiversity.
It's the blacK headed gull, which is a regular visitor to school playing fields around Huddersfield - even though we are 70 miles from the coast.
Red grouse have declined 48% and four species - teal, peregrine, ring ouzel and black headed gull are now extinct in this area.
The pupils found that the woodpigeon topped the table with the black headed gull in second place and the old crafty magpie stealing third position.
Many species of birds were sighted at the Sangam that included Little Egret, Black headed Gull and Pond heron.
The eggs, which were laid by sea birds including an eider duck, a black headed gull and a cormorant, were collected on Strangford Lough in the North in the 1920s.
Tyne & Wear schools reported seeing an average of nine blackbirds but the black headed gull and starling came in second and third place respectively with averages of 5.
Other species noted that day included male and female pheasants, mute swan, black headed gull, tufted duck, crow, wood pigeon, collared dove, poc hard, coot, mallard, moor hen, dun nock, great tit, chaffinch, blue tit, robin, marsh tit, coal tit and Canada goose.
Red grouse have been depleted by 48%, and four species - teal, peregrine, ring ouzel and black headed gull - are now extinct on Plynlimon.
It was followed by the blackbird, blue tit, black headed gull, carrion crow and house sparrow.
Other record breakers included a 27-year-old black headed gull ringed in Hyde Park and seen in St James' Park.