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Little Gull (Larus minutus) juvenile, Side, Turkey
The little gull is the smallest gull species and can be seen regularly in winter at the Mediterranean coast. On migration the species occurs at sea, along shores, and on reservoirs, lagoons and lakes, wintering along the coast on sandy and muddy beaches, mouths of rivers and at sea, especially at stream and sewage outlets.