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For example: Great Black-backed Gull, who is the
largest member of the gull family.
Curiosity about them: when feeding, a Red-necked
Phalarope will often swim in a small, rapid circle,
forming a small whirlpool.
Mute Swan a species of swan, and thus a member
of the duck, goose and swan family Anatidae. It is
native to much of Europe.
This species breeds in much of
temperate Europe.It is
resident in the milder parts of
its range, such as western
Europe, but northern and
eastern populations migrate
to Africa and south Asia.
The Arctic Tern is a
seabird of the tern
This bird has a
Some of photos in the presentation were taken on our own
• XX Secondary School in Gdańsk, Poland
• Supervision: Marzena Chomziuk
• Authors: Daria Wojciechowska, Ania
Wesołowska, Patrycja Bolewska Class 1A