BOGU

Bonaparte’s Gulls Along Niagara River IBA

The Niagara River, which is known for its breath taking waterfalls, is an international waterway that is also important for its annual gathering of birds. Four species congregate here in significant numbers (i.e., more than 1% of world population): Bonaparte’s Gull, Herring Gull, Canvasback and Common Merganser. Additionally more than 1% of the Canadian national population of Ring-billed Gulls is present here as well.