It would seem to be no contest should a jetliner or even a smaller plane collide with a gull or a goose.
Consider the flightless fluffs of brown otherwise known as herring gull chicks.
On the vault, she lands as softly as a sea gull on a beach.
On both of these occasions, a sea gull paddled over and pecked at the fish for a little while.
Cape gull with wings outstretched in the archangel position.
British Dictionary definitions for gull
any aquatic bird of the genus Larus and related genera, such as L. canus (common gull or mew) having long pointed wings, short legs, and a mostly white plumage: family Laridae, order Charadriiformesrelated adjective larine
C15: of Celtic origin; compare Welsh gwylan
a person who is easily fooled or cheated
(transitive) to fool, cheat, or hoax
C16: perhaps from dialect gull unfledged bird, probably from gul, from Old Norse gulr yellow