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Seagull is known as sea birds that everyone knows. It is a member of the Seagull family and has a sea that can live in all the lands of the world. They are not found in deserts and poles. It is about 35 cm tall, with pointed and long wings, with the ability to swim and fly, and a curtain-legged bird. There are quite a few types. Gümüşsel gull, dwarf gull, smiling gull, and black gull are the most common species. They usually live in places where there is a seashore collectively. While the hair in the head area becomes white in winter, it gets darker in summer. The color of its feathers is white, black, or ash. The size of its wings helps it fly well. Since they do not have the features to dive into the water, they swim and rest on the sea in the worst conditions. While the beak structures go straight down to the middle, it takes the form of a hook towards the tip. The tails are usually forked, the front toes of the feet are webbed, and the back of the feet are webbed. They feed on the surface and shores of the sea. They are quite an appetite. The insects they eat are carcasses, mollusks, and leftover food in the dump. If they eat plastic between their meals, they experience a process that goes from death to feeling constant satiety. Plenty of these birds are found in coastal areas where there is garbage. Birds with an ugly sound attract attention to their structures that do not compromise elegance. Birds, which have a very social structure, love to live with people. They cannot live far from the sea. The average lifespan is up to 25 years. mollusks and residual food in the dump. If they eat plastic between their meals, they experience a process that goes from death to feeling constant satiety. Plenty of these birds are found in coastal areas where there is garbage. Birds with an ugly sound attract attention to their structures that do not compromise elegance. Birds, which have a very social structure, love to live with people. They cannot live far from the sea. The average lifespan is up to 25 years. mollusks and residual food in the dump. If they eat plastic between their meals, they experience a process that goes from death to feeling constant satiety. Plenty of these birds are found in coastal areas where there is garbage. Birds with an ugly sound attract attention to their structures that do not compromise elegance. Birds, which have a very social structure, love to live with people. They cannot live far from the sea. The average lifespan is up to 25 years. They cannot live far from the sea. The average lifespan is up to 25 years. They cannot live far from the sea. The average lifespan is up to 25 years. What is the reproduction of seagulls?

Collective birds prefer marshy shores, roofs of houses, lakes, and seaside to make nests. Their mating takes place by mouth. Their nests, which have not been made neatly, are covered with moss. Females lay in eggs for 2-3 weeks by making 2-3 eggs. It incubates male and female seizures. Eggs have brown or black spots. When the babies first appear, they are born as brunettes. Male and female act together to protect the offspring and the nest. The puppies, which tell their hunger by hitting their mother and father’s beak, fly out of the nest when they are 4-6 weeks old.

What are the gull species found in Turkey?

Island gull: They live in colonies on islands and off the coast. They live at altitudes of up to 1000 meters above the sea surface. They choose medium-height vegetation for breeding. It is the period of mating and spawning from mid-April to early May. The offspring, beginning in July, mingle with the colonies when they fly out of the nest. Hunting of these species is prohibited. They are located on the Mediterranean coast, especially in the Mersin Silifke region.

Common gull: They are the most common species. Other areas of the birds with yellow beaks, gray wings, and back are white. Some have pink legs and some are yellow. They have a height of around 56 cm. They live in the lakes and coasts of our country in Central and Eastern Anatolia. The prey of these breeds is limited.

Karabaş gull: These are the species that we always come across on the seashores and the lakeside. In these, their prey is limited.

Little gull: The heads of the gulls, which are 28 cm in length, are black during the summer. They reproduce in the summer period.

Black-backed ravioli: The species that look like seagulls are separated from them by the black color on their backs and wings.

Silver gull: They are rare species in our country. They are known for their grayish color.


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