Jaeger (bird)

   The jaeger (German and Dutch: “hunter”) is a gull that lives in northern regions of the world. It is also called the hunting gull, and is a small relative of the skua. Jaegers have brown or blackish feathers and hooked beaks. In winter jaegers travel south over the oceans.
   Jaeger birds nest in Arctic tundra and then go to sea, many as far as Australia and New Zealand.
Scientific Classification. Jaegers belong to the jaeger family, Stercorariidae.
One common jaeger is genus Stercorarius, species S. pomarinus.

Pomarine jaeger