ring-billed gull

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ring-billed gull

 (rĭng′bĭld′)
n.
A gull (Larus delawarensis) of North and Central America and the Caribbean islands, having a black ring around its bill. Also called ring-bill.
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Comparing with other close seabird species, like Herring Gull, Larus argentatus, [19, 5, 29] or Ring-billed Gull, Larus delawarensis, [8], wastes from landfills composed with a significant share the diet of these nesting gulls.
De acuerdo a estas caracteristicas del habitat, las especies de aves que visitan la isla realizaban distintas actividades en estos sitios: se observaron aves reposando en litoral arenoso (Pelecanus erythrorhynchos, Pelecanus occidentalis, Phalacrocorax auritus, Sula leucogaster, Ardea herodias, Egretta thula, Haematopus palliatus, Larus delawarensis, Larus heermanni, Larus livens, Leucophaeus atricilla, Hydroprogne caspia, Thalasseus maximus).
14 1334 Phalaropus tricolor 6 999 Larus atricilla 14 110 Larus pipixcan 4 9 Larus philadelphia 13 478 Larus delawarensis 11 28 Larus californicus 3 3 Larus livens 10 26 Larus occidentalis 2 3 Sterna caspia 9 16 Sterna maxima 2 3 Sterna elegans 2 2 Ceryle alcyon 1 1 Sayornis nigricans 16 25 Seiurus noveboracensis 1 1 Geothlypis beldingi 2 2 Especie N.
Keywords: Indiana, Larus delawarensis, least tern, nest success, productivity, ring-billed gull, Sterna antillarum