Glaucous-winged Gull

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Glaucous-winged Gull: for more photos, see Sitka Nature Photo Gallery for Larus glaucescens
Locale   Sp     Su     F     W     Br  
SE Alaska (edit) C C C C Y
Yakutat (edit) C C C C C
Skagway (edit) C C C C -
Haines (edit) U U U U Y
Glacier Bay (edit) C C C C Y
Juneau (edit) C C C C U
Sitka (edit) C C C C Y
Stikine (edit)
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Ketchikan (edit) C R C C -
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Glaucous-winged Gull (Larus glaucescens):

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|Summary=Common resident |occurence plot=Glaucous.winged.Gull.png |nonbreeding habitat=Protected Nearshore, Tideflat, Estuary, Lake, River, Unprotected Nearshore, |breeding habitat=Rocky Island |spring=Common |summer=Common |fall=Common |winter=Common |breeding=Uncommon |best locations=Swan Lake, Totem Park, The Channel, Eliason Harbor, Starrigavan, Halibut Point Rec, |webster=Abundant resident. Sowls et al (1982) reported 19 nesting colonies in 1981 on various outer islands, with the largest (900 nests) on Hazy Islands. Additional nesting places reported are Passage Island (I found three nests in 1940), small islands off Biorka (Willett 1914), and George Island (Nelson and Lehnhausen 1983). }} Breeding colony on St. Lazaria.