Discover the Herring Gull
Populations of herring gulls, or Larus argentatus, are numerous in Quebec and the rest of Canada. Its grey feathers, which stand out against the white of its body, distinguish it. This species can also be recognized by its yellow beak, which sports a red dot on the end. Juvenile specimens vary in colour from one year to the next and don’t acquire their adult plumage until four years of age.