Common Gull, Larus canus, on ground, Brent Reservoir or Welsh Harp Reservoir, Brent, London, United Kingdom

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The Common Gull is a medium-sized gull that breeds in northern Asia, northern Europe, and northwestern North America. The North American subspecies is commonly referred to as the mew gull, although that name is also used by some authorities for the whole species. It migrates further south in winter.
Location: Brent Reservoir or Welsh Harp Reservoir, Brent, London, United Kingdom