Franklin’s gull (Leucophaeus pipixcan) is a long distance migrant that nests over water in large marshes of the prairie regions of North America. Franklin’s gull is a Level I Species of Concern in North Dakota and a high priority species for the Prairie

Project Documents

Description

The purpose of this study was to profile physiological condition during the breeding season in nesting Franklin's gull adults.

Authors and Contributors

North Dakota State University - Shawn Edward Weissenfluh

Research Category

Target Species

Franklin's gull

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Franklin's gull physiological condition nesting
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