Insight into Herring Gull (Larus argentatus): In fishing villages all around the UK Herrring Gulls have been earning themeslves a poor reputation because of the mess they make and their liking for holidaymakers lunches.
Being as common inland, scavenging rubbish tips and breeding on top of high buildings, as they are at sea and on cliffs, Herring Gulls are now rarely referred to as ‘seagulls’ but instead just plain ‘gulls’.
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