- Length: 32 cm long
- Appearance: They are blue-grey in colour (although other colours are also common).
- Reproduction: 2 to 3 broods per year, with 2 eggs per brood.
- Habitat: Builds its nest on edges of buildings.
- Diet: Grain, fodder and household waste.
It feeds on anything it can find in the town: grain, crumbs. If we don’t feed them, the number of individuals living in towns regulates itself depending on the available food. When the population becomes too large, this creates problems such as deterioration of buildings and health issues.
- Length: varies depending on the species.
- Appearance: black plumage on the mantle and a white body, although the mantle can vary from pale grey to black depending on the species.
- Reproduction: 1 brood of three eggs per year.
- Habitat: lives on the cliffs and the façades of buildings.
- Diet: Omnivore.
Contrary to conventional wisdom, gulls are not exclusively marine birds. Some species abandon the coast to live along water courses and populate towns, marshland, ponds and agricultural regions. Belonging to the Laridae family, seagulls form a tribe of 51 species grouped under the Latin name.