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of vegetation built on the ground or on cliff tops.
Omnivores. They will scavenge on rubbish tips and elsewhere, as well as
seeking suitable prey in fields or on the coast, or robbing smaller
gulls and other seabirds of their catches.
Very similar to Herring Gulls but have yellow legs. They have a grey
back, slightly darker than Herring Gulls but lighter than Lesser
Black-backed Gulls. They have a red spot on the bill as adults.
There is a red ring around the eye like in the Lesser Black-backed Gull
but unlike in the Herring Gull which has a dark yellow ring.
on Gull identification
52 to 68 cms.
Mid March - Early May