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Australian Wildlife

Australian Gulls, Skuas



FAMILY : Gulls, Terns, Noddies, Skuas, Jaegers

Black-headed Gull
(Larus ridibundus)
Black-headed Gull
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Black-tailed Gull
(Larus crassirostris)
Black-tailed Gull
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Franklins Gull
(Larus pipixcan)
Franklins Gull
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Kelp Gull
(Larus dominicanus)
Kelp Gull
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Laughing Gull
(Larus atricilla)
Laughing Gull
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Pacific Gull
(Larus pacificus)
Pacific Gull
The Pacific Gull is a gull with black back and large yellow bill with red tip. The upper wings and wingtips are black. The tail is white with black band near the end. The legs are yellow. Juveniles are mottled dark brown with pale face and the bill... Click to continue>
Silver Gull
(Larus novaehollandiae)
Silver Gull
The Silver Gull is the most common Australian gull. White with silver grey upper parts. White eye. Click to continue>
Arctic Jaeger
(Stercorarius parasiticus)
Arctic Jaeger
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Brown Skua
(Stercorarius antarcticus)
Brown Skua
The Brown Skua is a large seabird similar in shape to a gull. It has dark brown plumage with white patches on the wings that are visible when the bird is in flight. It has a sturdy hooked bill that is dark brown in colour. The eyes are black and... Click to continue>
Long-tailed Jaeger
(Stercorarius longicaudus)
Long-tailed Jaeger
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Pomarine Jaeger
(Stercorarius pomarinus)
Pomarine Jaeger
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South Polar Skua
(Stercorarius maccormicki)
South Polar Skua
The South Polar Skua is a large seabird. Adult birds are greyish brown above, and have a whitish or pale brown head and underside. The lighter head and darker body distinguishes it from other similar species. Young birds are similar to adults with... Click to continue>
Sabines Gull
(Xema sabini)
Sabines Gull
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