Gull Week 2018: Introduction

Join us in the following days as we celebrate all things gulls with our second Gull Week! Our first Gull Week was back in 2015. Gulls are part of a widespread family of social and intelligent seabirds.

Birdorable has 23 species of gull so far, out of the approximately 55 recognized species of gull in the world. We'll add a couple more this week to make it a cool 25!

To kick off the week, let's take a look back at how we've featured gulls here at Birdorable in the past:

Since our first Gull Week, we've added a couple of new species to the family. Check out our Grey-hooded Gull and Iceland Gull. We hope you'll join us this week as we celebrate gulls on the Birdorable blog!

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