only lay 1 egg a season, and both parents take turns incubating the egg and looking after the chick!
is a threatened plant endemic to scattered sites on southern Vancouver Island and Gulf Islands!photo: © Tab Tannery
breed in the boreal forest, where they are the only gull species known to regularly nest in trees!
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Located immediately to the east of Toronto Islands, this site is home to a long-term breeding population of Ring-billed gulls averaging 55,000 pairs!