Genus Fulmarus

Fulmar - The Northern Fulmar , Fulmarus glacialis, Fulmar, lives in the north Atlantic and north Pacific. These fulmars look superficially like gulls, but are unrelated, and are in fact petrels.

Southern Fulmar - It is largely pale grey above and white below with a distinctive white patch on the wing. It breeds on the coast of Antarctica and on surrounding islands, moving north in winter. It nests in colonies on cliffs, laying a single egg on a ledge or crevice. Its diet includes krill, fish and squid picked from the water's surface.

Order : Procellariiformes
Family : Procellariidae
Genus : Fulmarus