Gulls (Laridae), often referred to as Seagulls, are medium to large sized, long winged birds, regularly occurring in large flocks.
They are largely white, while their back and wings may be either grey or black.
While most people refer to all species of gulls as seagulls, actually there’s a number of different species. All of which are distinct from each other. These include the Black-Backed Gull, the Black-Headed Gull, the Common Gulls, and the Herring Gull. All of these species, except for Black-Headed Gulls and Common Gulls, are classed as pests. As such they can be controlled under the Health and Safety General License.
Additionally, all gull species can be controlled under the Air Safety General License.