Silver Gulls ( Seagulls ) – Australian Bird | Short Documentary

Silver Gulls ( Seagulls ) – Australian Bird | Short Documentary


Silver Gulls are commonly found throughout Australia They are also found in New Zealand and New Caledonia They are found at virtually any watered habitat and is rarely seen far from land Adapting well to urban environments and thriving around shopping centres and garbage dumps The Silver Gull have become a successful scavengers readily pestering humans for handouts of scraps and pilfering from unattended food containers Silver gulls are easily identified by its white head, tail and under body They have a light grey back and black tipped wings Adults have a bright orange-red beak, legs and eye ring Silver gulls can breed all year round but they usually breed between Augusts to November Silver gulls nest in large colonies on offshore islands often 2 broods will be raised in a year Both parents share responsibility of nest-building, incubation and feeding duties

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