The glaucous gull inhabits the northern Atlantic and Pacific coasts of North America. This large, predatory sea bird possesses a wingspan up to 6' (2M). Glaucous gulls prey on fish, small birds, eggs small mammals and carrion. This species nests along cliff tops or rocky ground with both parents playing a role in the raising of the young.
Skull Length: 14cm (5.5in)
Origin: North America