Franklin Gulls flying high above the new Trinity River pedestrian bridge just south of the Trinity River Audubon Center.

They are hard to see, but there are around ten Franklin’s Gulls in this picture.

Observation Details

County Dallas
City Dallas
Date Apr 22, 2012
Time of Day Noon
Temperature Warm (70-89°F/21-32°C)
Weather Clear
Habitat Water-River
Type of Behavior Flying
Gender Mixed
Maturity Adult
Observer Chris Jackson
Main Article Franklin’s Gull Observation Location

One Reply to “Franklin’s Gull – Trinity River Swarm”

  1. I am in the process of re publishing a small booklet on Franklin Gulls . The Advent of Kindle and Amazon E books has given me a much larger audience . I lived for half a year with a crippled Franklin in Mexico in 2008 and was impressed by the intelligence and so wrote about it . A burglar relieved me of my computer gear and most of my CDs in including my Pics I need photo–s of an Adult in flight My bird had a broken wing when I met her. I do not expect this to be a financial success story but a sharing of knowledge with younger people.

    Thank you Michael Pope

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