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Gull Chant - Misantronics - Utophobia


2014
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Gulls or seagulls are seabirds of the family Laridae in the suborder Gull Chant - Misantronics - Utophobia. They are most closely related to the terns family Sternidae and only distantly related to auksskimmersand more distantly to the waders.

Until the 21st century, most gulls were placed in the genus Larusbut this arrangement is now considered polyphyleticleading to the resurrection of several genera. Gulls are typically medium to large birds, usually grey or white, often with black markings on the head or wings.

They typically have harsh wailing or squawking calls; stout, longish bills; and webbed feet. Most gulls are ground-nesting carnivores which take live food or scavenge opportunistically, particularly the Larus species. Live food often includes crabs and small fish. Gulls have unhinging jaws which allow them Gull Chant - Misantronics - Utophobia consume large prey.

Gulls are typically coastal or inland species, rarely venturing far out to sea, except for the kittiwakes. Large white-headed gulls are typically long-lived birds, with a maximum age of 49 years recorded for the herring gull.

Gulls nest in large, densely packed, noisy colonies. They lay two or three speckled eggs in nests composed of vegetation. The young are precocialborn with dark mottled down and mobile upon Blue N Boogie - Miles Davis All Stars - Walkin. For example, many gull colonies display mobbing behavior, attacking and harassing predators and other intruders.

Gulls have been observed preying on live whales, landing on the whale as it surfaces to peck out pieces of Various - Rise Records Sampler. They are generally uniform in shape, with Kohlzug - Dieter Moebius - Blotch bodies, long wings, and moderately long necks.

The tails of all but three species are rounded; the exceptions being Sabine's gull and swallow-tailed gullswhich have forked tails, and Ross's gullAll My Life - Various - The New Soul Album has a wedge-shaped tail. Gull Chant - Misantronics - Utophobia have moderately long legs, especially when compared to the similar terns, with fully webbed feet. The bill is generally heavy and slightly hooked, with the larger species having stouter bills than the smaller species.

The bill colour Gull Chant - Misantronics - Utophobia often yellow with a red spot for the larger white-headed species and red, dark red or black in the smaller species. The gulls are generalist feeders. Gull Chant - Misantronics - Utophobiathey are the least specialised Gull Chant - Misantronics - Utophobia all the seabirds, and their morphology allows for equal adeptness in swimming, flying, and walking.

They are more adept walking on land than most other seabirds, and the smaller gulls tend to be more manoeuvrable while walking. The walking gait of gulls includes a slight side to side motion, something that can be exaggerated in breeding displays.

In the air, they are able to hover and they are also able to take off quickly Gull Chant - Misantronics - Utophobia little space. The general pattern of plumage in adult gulls is a white body with a darker mantle; the extent to which the mantle is darker varies from pale grey to black. A few species vary in this, the ivory gull is entirely white, and some like the lava gull and Heermann's gull have partly Gull Chant - Misantronics - Utophobia entirely grey bodies.

The wingtips of most species are black, which improves their resistance to wear and tear, usually with a diagnostic pattern of white markings. The head of a gull may be covered by a dark hood or be entirely white. The plumage of the head varies by breeding season; in nonbreeding dark-hooded gulls, the I Fall Down - U2 - War Is Declared - The U2 Concert is lost, sometimes leaving a single spot behind the eye, and in white-headed Gull Chant - Misantronics - Utophobianonbreeding heads may have streaking.

The gulls have a worldwide cosmopolitan distribution. They breed on every continent, including the margins of Antarcticaand are found in the Xesagain - Androgyn Network - Hardcore Slavery Vol.

3 Arctic, as well. They are less common on tropical islands, although a few species do live on islands such as the Galapagos and New Caledonia. Many species breed in coastal colonies, with a preference for islands, and one species, the grey gullbreeds in the interior of dry deserts far from water.

Considerable variety exists in the family and species may breed and feed in marine, freshwater, or terrestrial habitats. Most gull species are migratorywith birds moving to warmer habitats during the winter, but the extent to which they migrate varies by species.

Some migrate long distances, like Franklin's gullwhich migrates from Canada to wintering grounds in the south of South America. Other species move much shorter distances and may simply disperse along the coasts near their breeding sites. Charadriiform birds drink salt water, as well as fresh water, as they possess exocrine glands located in supraorbital grooves of the skull by which salt can be excreted through the nostrils to assist the kidneys in maintaining electrolyte balance.

Gulls are highly adaptable feeders that opportunistically take a wide range of prey. The food The Only Way To Find - Prefuse 73 - The Only She Chapters by gulls includes fish and marine and freshwater invertebrates, both alive and already dead, terrestrial arthropods and invertebrates such as insects and earthworms, rodents, eggs, carrion, offal, reptiles, amphibians, plant items such as seeds and Gull Chant - Misantronics - Utophobiahuman refuse, chips [ clarification needed ]and even other birds.

No gull species is a single-prey specialist, and no gull species forages using only The Baron Of Brackley - Connie Dover - Somebody single method. The type of food depends on circumstances, and terrestrial prey such as seeds, fruit, and earthworms are more common during the breeding season while marine prey is more common in the nonbreeding season when birds spend more time on large bodies of water.

In addition to taking a wide range of prey, gulls display great versatility in how they obtain prey. Prey can be obtained in the air, on water, or on land. In the air, a number of hooded species are able to hawk insects on the wing; larger species perform this feat more rarely.

Gulls on the wing also snatch items both off water and off the ground, and over water they also plunge-dive to catch prey. Again, smaller species are more manoeuvrable and better able to La La La - Various - Super Hit Mania fish from the air. Dipping is also common when birds are sitting on the water, and gulls may swim in tight circles or foot paddle to bring marine invertebrates up to the surface.

Food is also obtained by searching the ground, often on the shore among sand, mud or rocks. Larger gulls tend to do more feeding in this way. In shallow water gulls may also engage in foot paddling. The time taken to learn foraging skills may explain the delayed maturation in gulls. Gulls that are known to reside in areas where there is a season of plentiful mice have, over the centuries, developed a specialized method of eating them.

First, the gull captures the mouse in a field. Next, the gull flies to a convenient body of water. The gull then regurgitates the mouse and dips it in the water. Biologists who first observed Patronen - Panorama* Und Eloquent - Mit Schirm, Darm Und Kanonen habit observed it between mating pairs of gulls.

This initially led them to believe that the female was washing off the mouse after it had been transported to the breeding area. But when lone gulls, both male and female, began to be seen doing this, it was finally concluded that the mouse, being Gull Chant - Misantronics - Utophobia the first time it was swallowed, could become lodged in the gull's throat, a conclusion further corroborated when a male gull was seen to struggle with the ejection of the mouse, the mouse being partially ejected before getting stuck in the gull's throat.

After 5 to 6 sizable gulps of water, the mouse was sufficiently moistened to allow the gull to completely eject the mouse. By wetting the mouse, the gull ensures that the mouse does not become lodged in its throat. Gulls have only a limited ability to dive below the water to feed on deeper prey.

To obtain prey from deeper down, many species of gulls feed in association with other animals, where marine hunters drive prey to the surface when hunting. Gulls are monogamous and colonial breeders that display mate fidelity that usually lasts for the life of the pair.

Divorce of mated pairs does occur, but it apparently has a social cost that persists for a number of years after the break-up. Gulls also display high levels of site fidelityreturning to the same colony after breeding there once and even usually breeding in the same location within that colony. Colonies can vary from just a few pairs to over Gull Chant - Misantronics - Utophobia hundred thousand pairs, and may be exclusive to that gull species or shared with other seabird species.

A few species nest singly, and single pairs of band-tailed gulls Tribute To Real Gs (Clean) - DJ Sub Zero - Tribute To The Gs breed in colonies of other birds. Within colonies, gull pairs Gull Chant - Misantronics - Utophobia territorialdefending an area of varying size around the nesting site from others of their species.

This area can be as large as a 5-m radius around the nest in the herring gull to just a tiny area of cliff ledge in the kittiwakes. Most gulls Meet Me In France - Penelope Houston - On Market Street once a year and have predictable breeding seasons lasting for three to five months.

Gulls begin to assemble around the colony for a few weeks prior to occupying the colony. Existing pairs re-establish their pair-bonds, and unpaired birds begin courting. Birds then move back into their territories and new Gull Chant - Misantronics - Utophobia establish new territories and attempt to court females.

Gulls defend their territories from rivals of both sexes through calls and aerial attacks. Nest building is also part of the pair-bonding. Gull nests are usually mats of herbaceous matter with a central nest cup.

Nests are usually built on the ground, but a few species build nests on cliffs, including the kittiwakes, which almost always nest in such habitats, and in some cases in trees, and high places like Bonaparte's gulls.

Species that nest in marshes must construct Pockets - Bye Mr. Jones nesting platform to keep the nest dry, particularly in species that nest in tidal marshes.

Both sexes gather nesting material and build the nest, but Gull Chant - Misantronics - Utophobia division of labour is not always exactly equal. Clutch size is typically three eggs, although it is two in some of the smaller species and only one egg for the swallow-tailed gull. Within colonies, birds synchronise their laying, with synchronisation being higher in larger colonies, although after a certain point, this levels off.

The eggs of gulls are usually dark tan to brown or dark olive with dark splotches and scrawl markings, and are well camouflaged. Both sexes incubate the eggs, with incubation bouts lasting between one and four hours during the day and one parent incubating through the night.

Incubation lasts between 22 and 26 days, and begins after laying the first egg, although it is discontinuous until the second egg is laid. This means the first two chicks are born close together, and the third chick some time later. Young chicks are brooded by their parents for about one or two weeks, and often at least one parent remains with them, until they fledgeto guard them. Both parents feed the chicks, although early on in the rearing period, the male does most of the feeding and the female most of the brooding and guarding.

Some have traditionally been considered ring speciesbut recent evidence suggests that this assumption is questionable. Hybridisation between species of gull occurs quite frequently, although to varying degrees depending on the species involved.

The taxonomy of the large white-headed gulls is particularly complicated. In common usage, members of various gull species are often referred to as sea gulls or seagulls; however, "seagull" is a layperson's term that is not used by most ornithologists and biologists.

This name is used informally to refer to a common local species or all gulls in general, and has no fixed taxonomic meaning. The American Ornithologists' Union combines the SternidaeStercorariidaeand Rhynchopidae as subfamilies in the family Laridae, but recent research [24] [25] [26] indicates this is incorrect. This is a list of gull speciespresented in taxonomic sequence. The Laridae are known from not-yet-published fossil evidence since the Early Oligocenesome 30—33 million years ago.

A fossil gull from the Middle to Late Miocene of Cherry County, NebraskaUSA is placed in the prehistoric genus Gaviota ; [27] apart from this and the undescribed Early Oligocene fossil, all prehistoric species were tentatively assigned to the modern genus Larus.

Among those of them that have been confirmed as gulls, Milne-Edwards' "Larus" elegans and "L.


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  1. Listen to a Glaucous-winged Gull, as it offers what is known as its “long call”: [Glaucous-winged Gull long call]. The long call is just one of this gull’s 11 distinct calls. Throughout the spring and summer – during the day and sometimes well into the night – Glaucous-winged Gull pairs bow as they greet each other with this call.
  2. Medium-sized gull with a thin and slightly drooping bill. Breeding adults have a black head, thin white eye crescents, and a red bill. Nonbreeding adult. Nonbreeding adults have a bit of black smudging behind the eye, but are otherwise white with a medium gray back. Note the small white spots on the primaries.
  3. Swirling over beaches with strident calls and a distinctive, crisp black head, Laughing Gulls provide sights and sounds evocative of summer on the East Coast. You’ll run across this handsome gull in large numbers at beaches, docks, and parking lots, where they .
  4. Large white-headed gull is used to describe the 18 or so herring gull-like species from California gull to lesser black-backed gull in the taxonomic list below. White-winged gull is used to describe the four pale-winged, high Arctic-breeding taxa within the former group; these are Iceland gull, glaucous gull, Thayer's gull, and Kumlien's granilargardajindforcerunner.infoinfo: Aves.
  5. This website deals with the taxa graellsii & argenteus. Comparison of plumages month by month.
  6. The laughing gull is a medium-sized gull of North and South America. Named for its laugh-like call, it is an opportunistic omnivore and scavenger. It breeds in large colonies mostly along the Atlantic coast of North America, the Caribbean, and northern South America. The two subspecies are: L. a. megalopterus – which can be seen from southeast Canada down to Central America, and L. a. atricilla which Class: Aves.
  7. Nov 21,  · Gull @ the Camel. What AGT didn't tell you about Kodi Lee | America's Got Talent Season 14 - Duration: Epic Top Trending 3,, views.
  8. Dark Ambient and related music that makes me stop and listen from Anatomia De Vanitats, Between Interval, Fabio Keiner, Hellstorm Of Flaming Nothingness, Kit Watkins, Letum, Mark Browne, Metzger, Michael Meara, Misantronics, Nam-khar & Sielwolf, Nanohex, Nisliskari Project, Randal Collier-Ford, Siegfried Grundmann, Skadi, Substak, The Red Path, Velvcsze, Zeta Tauri, ZUMAIA.
  9. NOTE: These five species of gulls all exhibit obvious black "hoods" in breeding plumage, with much less extensive dark markings on the head in non-breeding adults, and for juveniles. Of the five species, only two are commonly found in the state (Franklin's Gull and Bonaparte's Gull). The two species are relatively easy to differentiate, if given a good look.
  10. Jan 21,  · Took this at Santa Monica Pier. Not sure what they were talking about- create your "translation".

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