A single bird in flight - a kelp gull flying across Lago Nahuel Huapi,near Bariloche, Argentina, South America - with the snow covered Andes foothills in the background. (Spanish name: gaviota cocinera.) The Kelp Gull (Larus dominicanus), also known as the Dominican gull for its black and white markings, occurs only in the Southern Hemisphere, where its range encompasses South America, New Zealand, and southern and eastern Australia. In New Zealand it is called the southern black-backed gull or karor. There is also a subspecies known as the Cape Gull which occurs around southern Africa. Photographed on Lago Nahuel Huapi near Bariloche in Argentina, where the gulls follow tour boats across the lake.