Gulls at Dwarka Harbour, West Coast of Gujarat, India


The Pallas’s Gull (Ichthyaetus ichthyaetus) is a large, migratory gull and is a  a winter migrant to Gujarat. It is fairly common in Gujarat and is seen on coasts, large lakes etc. and also inland. It is common in Little Rann of Kutch area, where it is seen in good numbers. Okha, near Dwarka, Gujarat is one of the better gull watching sites in Gujarat.

It is fairly distinctive and easy to identify when in breeding plumage, when adults have a black hood with bold white eye-crescents. Adults are seen here in full breeding plumage in April – May, when the black hood is fully developed.


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