Glaucous Gulls enjoy a world-wide arctic range. In the New World, they winter into the northern United States. Erika and I saw several among the gulls at Canal Park in Duluth during our New Year’s search for the Ivory Gull. Like many of its brethren, Glaucous Gulls ominivores, consuming fish, birds, human refuse, and even berries (Weiser and Gilchrist 2012). The smaller bird to the Glaucous’s left is a Herring Gull.