Black-headed Gull

(Chroicocephalus ridibundus - formerly Larus ridibundus)

Black-headed Gull is a familiar park gull in Europe, but uncommon in North America except for Newfoundland. The name is actually a misnomer as the head is chocolate-brown rather than black.

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