Glaucous-winged Gull
Larus glaucescens

f7.1 @ 1/5000s, ISO:1000, Nikon D3S w 300mm

"Glaucous-winged Gull," Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. It has a white head, neck, breast, and belly, a white tail, and pearly-gray wings and back. The ends of its wings are white-tipped. Its legs are pink and the beak is yellow with a red subterminal spot (the spot near the end of the bill that chicks peck in order to stimulate regurgitative feeding). The forehead is somewhat flat. During the winter, the head and nape appears dusky, and the subterminal spot becomes dark. Young birds are brown or gray with black beaks, and take four years to reach adult plumage.
Homer, Alaska