hatchlings weigh about 180 grams, and by 70 days old, reach up to 28 times their birth weight!
have flexible, upturned bills that are used probe arctic bogs and tidal mudflats for invertebrates!
breed in the boreal forest, where they are the only gull species known to regularly nest in trees!
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Located in southern coastal New Brunswick, this KBA supports large feeding congregations of a variety of waterbird, including up to 25,000 Bonaparte’s Gulls!