Natural photo of flying seagull

Natural photo of flying seagull - Bird Photography

Natural photo of flying seagull | Bird Photography

Seagulls are also known as gulls or seabirds. Today, I share one of the best natural photos of flying seagull which has more than 25 different species in the world. I clicked the photo of seagull bird at Aji dam, Rajkot. They belong to the family Laridae.

Let’s know some of the interesting facts about seagull bird:

They are carnivores. They can eat anything. Their diet includes eggs, small mammals, crabs and fishes.
The Lifespan of seagulls are up to 15 years in the wild, but It depends on the species of the seagull.
They are generally seen near seas because they love sea water. They can drink salt and fresh water.
The State Bird of Utah is the California Gull (or common seagull). There is an interesting story behind why it has been chosen as a state bird.
Seagulls have excellent vision and they are good fliers.
The biggest Seagull measures up to 28 to 30 inches in length. The smallest seagull is generally evaluated to be 11 inches in length.

If you want to know about these species, Here is the list of birds with pictures.






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This photo is captured using Canon EOS 1200D.

Photo taken at: Aji Dam, Rajkot, Gujarat, India

The Below are the settings to capture this photo:

READ  Small Stream of Water
ISO: 100
Exposure Time: 1/500 sec.
Focal Length: 250 mm
F-stop: f/7.1
Flash Mode: No Flash
White Balance: Auto
EXIF Version: 0230

Hi, I’m Ravi Shrimali from India. I’m working as PHP Developer at Ahmedabad, Gujarat. I love photography, traveling and meet new friends. Always ready for adventures.

7 comments on “Natural photo of flying seagull

  1. Beautiful photo. Very serene, like the bird is just floating. I had no idea sea gulls could get that big! Thank you for sharing your work!

  2. What an amazing work! I can feel the beauty of nature,and I can also develop my knowledge.That is very important for us students .Thank you very much!

    1. Thank you very much my friend for reading and share your valuable experience with me. I will try my best to share best info. with each clicks. Susbcribe for future posts. Your feedback really matters.
      Thank you again.

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