Black-Headed Gull
(Chroicocephalus ridibundus)

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Black-headed gulls nest in colonies and both male and female look alike. Gathering in large groups, these birds are very noisy and sociable birds.

Description

Chocolate brown head in the summer months, A Whitehead in the other months30 - 40 cm long

Biology

2 - 6 Eggs
20 - 25 days incubation period

Food

Black-headed gulls will eat fish, insects, worms etc

Black-headed gulls can be found in buildings, cliff edges, and even on the ground

Habitat

Reasons for control

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