The Ivory Gull, which normally lives in the Arctic, was spotted for the first time ever in Missouri this week. The bird has been hanging out along the Mississippi near Quincy, Ill.
The Ivory Gull, which normally lives in the Arctic, was spotted for the first time ever in Missouri this week. The bird has been hanging out along the Mississippi near Quincy, Ill. MALCOLM GOLD
The Ivory Gull, which normally lives in the Arctic, was spotted for the first time ever in Missouri this week. The bird has been hanging out along the Mississippi near Quincy, Ill. MALCOLM GOLD

‘Uber-rare’ sighting: ivory gull makes first-ever appearance in Missouri

January 09, 2015 05:56 PM

UPDATED January 09, 2015 07:08 PM

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