New Zealand, Black-billed Gull (Larus bulleri), Resident
SummarySpecies occurs in rivers, lakes, marshes, estuaries, farms, urban areas, coasts and reefs. The conservation status is endangered.
ESpecies with sedentary and short-distance migratory populations. After the breeding season, most South Island birds migrate to coastal areas.
HabitatOccurs in rivers, lakes, marshes, estuaries, farms, urban areas, coasts and reefs. It breeds on braided rivers in the South Island and on the lake margins and sand-spits in the North Island.
ThreatsInformation not yet available
Information in English
- Andrew Crowe, Dave Gunson, Which New Zealand Bird?, 2001, Penguin Books ISBN: 0-14-100635-8