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Ring-billed Gull (Larus delawarensis) Family: Pigeons & Doves

Gull

Gull Behavior

Gull Identification


Quick Bird Facts

  • Height: 18” - 26”
  • Weight: 25 - 38 ozs.
  • Life Span: 8-10 years in wild
    > up to 30 in captivity
  • Wing Span: 24 - 60"
  • Flight Speed: 15 - 38 mph
  • Food: Scavenger, eats fish, crab, insects, forages at dumps, harbors and waste sites
  • Habitat: On the ground along safe, secluded areas.

Ring-billed Gull Profile

Gulls are seabirds. They are most closely related to the terns, and more distantly to the waders, auks and skimmers. They are in general medium to large birds, typically grey or white, often with black markings on the head or wings. They have stout, longish bills and webbed feet. The term gull refers to members of a group of 23 North American bird species that belong to the family Laridae, subfamily Larinae. Gulls are robust birds with webbed feet, long wings and a slightly hooked beak. They all possess exceptional flying ability. They are often seen swimming, and occasionally dive underwater. Adult gulls are white, with varying patterns of gray and black over the back, wings, and head. The young of larger species are often gray and take several years to develop adult plumage. The sexes are similar in appearance.
The ring-billed gull call is a high-pitched, repeated "hiyak-hiyak"
Seagull SoundHear It Now! 

Gull & Seagull Problems

Increasing gull populations in North America during the past century have led to a variety of problems for different segments of society. Gulls cause damage to agricultural crops and threaten human safety at and near airports. They are involved in more collisions with aircraft than any other bird group because they are numerous and widely distributed. The presence of gull roosts near reservoirs increases their potential for transmitting diseases to human populations. Gulls occasionally cause a nuisance when they nest on rooftops and seek food from people eating out-of-doors. Gulls are predators of several seabirds during the breeding season. Expanding and colonizing gull populations may have detrimental affects on the breeding performance of these other, often preferred, species.

Gull & Seagull Control

Bird Net and Bird Gel are effective products for eliminating roosting on ledges, roofs and signs. To repel gulls from feeding sites such as dumps, a wide variety of audio and visual products are available like Bird Bopper visual deterrent. BirdXPeller Pro and BroadBand Pro are high tech multiple and random sound distress call units to scare away gulls. These products should be combined with exclusionary products such as BirdNet and Steel Bird Spikes for maximum control. Flock Reflector is effective repelling seagulls from boats and docks. Bird Hazers like the Tweetzilla and Portable Moby Hazer can discreetly keep birds away from public places.

See our complete list below of recommended bird deterrent products to repel seagulls and other water fowl.
To speak to a bird control professional, call BirdStoppers at 1-866-411-6287.
A "synergy" or combination of bird repellent products typically offer the most successful solution for repelling gulls and seagulls. For bird control solutions, we often recommend using companion products by combining electronic sonic repeller devices or bird hazers with visual scare deterrents, physical bird barriers or scent and taste aversion products. This kind of multi-sensory attack is extremely effective in deterring pest seagulls for good!

Electronic Bird Repellers & Hazers

Electronic Bird Repellers & Hazers

BirdXPeller ProBirdXPeller ProSonic bird repeller emits real bird distress calls and predator sounds to scare away birds for up to 1 acre.
Broadband ProBroadband ProOffers both sonic sounds and ultrasonic pulses to evict pest birds. 3 acre coverage.
Portable Moby Bird HazerPortable Moby Bird HazerPortable and sleek bird hazer is ideal for chasing geese and other birds away from any location!
Ultrason XUltrason XOutdoor, ultrasonic bird control device uses "silent" high-pitch frequencies that only birds and bats can hear.
Visual Bird Scares & Taste Aversions

Visual Bird Scares & Taste Aversions

Bird BopperBird BopperVisual bird scare, heavy-duty vinyl balloon whips around in the wind scaring off pest birds.
Bird StopBird StopLiquid bird repellent has a taste and smell that birds can't stand. Protect crops and food sources.
Flock ReflectorFlock ReflectorWind driven, visual deterrent disorients birds as it reflects light at multiple angles while it spins.
Gator GuardGator GuardRealistic "floating" visual predator scares away geese and other water birds.
Bird Exclusion and Roost Inhibitors

Bird Exclusion and Roost Inhibitors

BirdNet PremiumBirdNet Premium3/4" Premium grade netting is a permanent physical barrier solution for large commercial projects.
Flock Off! Bird GelFlock Off! Bird GelEco-friendly perch inhibitor for residential use makes surfaces sticky and undesirable for birds to land on. 
Flock Off! UV PaintFlock Off! UV PaintUV reflective paint creates a visually intense barrier that birds instinctively avoid.
Stainless Steel Bird SpikesStainless Steel Bird SpikesSteel bird spikes physically prevent pest birds from roosting on landing surfaces like rooftops, ledges, etc.
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