Common Gull

About the Common Gull

The Common Gull is a small species of migratory "white-headed" larus gull that is found across large parts of Europe and Asia.

Common Gulls nest on the ground or in trees (nesting in trees is fairly unusual in gulls). They breed in colonial groups, usually near water. Common Gulls take three years to reach full maturity.

Common Gulls are omnivorous and opportunistic feeders. They have a wide variety in diet, taking prey like worms, small fish, and insects. They also dine on grain and other vegetation, and will scavenge from discarded rubbish.

Find cute products & gifts with our Birdorable Common Gull

Details & Statistics

International Names