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The bat, the thorn, and the gull [cont.].

The bat, the thorn, and the gull [end]; The donkey and the gardener.

The ant and the dove [cont.]; The bat, the thorn, and the gull.

The bat, the thorn, and the gull [cont.].

Common American Gull.-- Ring-billed Gull. 1. Adult. 2. Young.

Great Black-backed Gull . Male.

Glaucus Gull - Burgomaster. 1. Adult male. 2. Young first Autumn.

Herring or Silvery Gull. 1. Adult in Spring. 2. Young in Autumn.

White-winged Silvery Gull. 1.Male in Summer. 2. Young in Winter.

Bonaparte's Gull. 1. Male in Spring. 2. Female. 3. Young first Autumn.

Ivory Gull. 1. Adult Male. 2. Young second Autumn.

Fork-tailed Gull. Male.

Kittiwake Gull. 1. Adult. 2. Young.

Black-headed Gull. 1. Adult Male Spring Plumage. 2. Young first Autumn.

283. The Great Black-backed Gull (Larus marinus). 284. The Winter Gull (Larus argentatus).

285. The Common American Gull (Larus zonorhyncus). 286. The Winter Gull, var. (Larus argentatus).

289, 290. The Laughing Gull, young (Larus atricilla).

295. The Fork-tailed Petrel (Thalassidroma leachi). 296. The Laughing Gull (Larus atricilla).

281. Sabine's Gull (Larus Sabini). 282. The Common American Gull (Larus zonorhyncus).

269. The American Gannet, young (Sula americana). 270. The Winter Gull (Larus argentatus).

287, 288. Bonaparte's Gull (Larus bonaparti).

291. The Arctic Hawk Gull (Lestris buffoni). 292. The Pomarine Hawk Gull (Lestris pomarinus).

293. Richardson's Hawk Gull (Lestris richardsoni). 294. The Little Shearwater (Puffinus cinereus).

[An interior view of Mrs. Erwin's showing a stuffed gull with a photograph in a frame hanging from its mouth.]

Wah bo jeeg (White Fisher), chief of the Gull Lake Band Chippewas, an old warrior once taken prisoner by the Sioux and speaks the language.

[An interior view of Mrs. Erwin's showing a stuffed gull with a photograph in a frame hanging from its mouth.]

Wah bo jeeg (White Fisher), chief of the Gull Lake Band Chippewas, an old warrior once taken prisoner by the Sioux and speaks the language.

The White-headed Gull, Larus heermanni.

Gull, Shags & Murr, Farallon Islands, Pacific Ocean.

Gull, Shags & Murr, Farallon Islands, Pacific Ocean.

Larus islandicus. Iceland Gull.

Xema Sabini. Sabine's Gull.

Chroicocephalus ridibundus. Black-headed Gull.

Larus marinus. Great Black-backed Gull.

Larus canus. Common Gull.

Rhodostethia Rossii. Ross's Gull.

Hydrocoloeus minutus. Little Gull.

Larus glaucus. Glaucous Gull.

Pagophila eburnea. Ivory Gull.

Chroicocephalus philadelphia. Bonaparte's Gull.

Young Gull, presenting his Bill, his latest thing out.

Young Gull, presenting his Bill, his latest thing out.