Gull Watch 2023 and 2024

In 2023 I recorded gull nests in the locality. Gull nests are easier to see from a good vantage point or from a height, so the count shows a concentration around where I live – they are quite easy to see and hear.

This year I am starting to look earlier in the season, but if you’re contributing make a mental note of the nests before submitting, as we’re more interested in the assessment of breeding success, which means watching the gulls over late spring and summer.

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A Dunbar based project without public funding. Made with flotsam and jetsam. If interested in the ecology of gulls, feel free to reach out and help improve local knowledge. Nota Bene: do not disturb gulls esp. during nesting or while bringing up their young. All gulls are protected by law. Gulls can be aggressive if the young are threatened. Don't take risks enumerating nest sites and chicks. Don't feed or play with gulls.