...as he discovers a world beyond black and white...
Well, apparently it's a tern of some sort.
It's a Caspian tern.Bill is about the same length as the head; that means it's not a Common tern, which have smaller bills. It's not a Forster's tern because it's still in alternate (breeding) plumage and the tip of the bill is not dark.And, helpfully, Caspian tern are known to nest in the Toronto area.
Thanks, Graydon! Caspian Tern it is then...;-)
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