Color: Gray, White
Description: Adult has a yellow bill with a black ring near the tip, pale gray back, and yellow legs. Its head and neck have gray flecks in winter (all white in breeding plumage). This species takes 3 years to mature. Juvenile has variable amounts of brown on the body, head, and wings, and a pink bill with black tip.
Voice: The stereotypical gull call, a squealing keah given singly or in a laugh-like series
Habitat: Common on lakes, reservoirs, ponds, flooded agricultural fields, and fish ponds, as well as landfills and urban areas.
Scientific name: Larus delawarensis