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Gulls, also referred to as seagulls, are medium to large birds with white and grey feathers and black markings on their wings or heads. They have a noisy wailing call and stand on webbed feet. They are most predominant in coastal places near large bodies of water like oceans and lakes. In the wild, gulls can live up to 40 or more years.
In the wild, gulls are aggressive scavengers, feeding off of any food scraps they come across as well as their typical food sources of fish, reptiles, seeds, and plants. When gulls detect food, they swoop down quickly to pick up any and all food scraps. Besides being a danger in the air, the droppings left by gulls may contain acid that can destroy the materials used to build your house like wood and metal. If you reside in a coastal area, you may run into problems with gulls overrunning your property. If this is the case, then you need to call the experts at Trutech to handle your problem. Our dedicated team of wildlife management specialists know exactly how to handle seagulls. At Trutech, we value the lives of each and every animal that we come across. That is why our humane gull removal techniques are not only effective but are also ethical.
To remove gulls from your property, trust Trutech to perform a humane gull removal service. To keep gulls from coming back or evaluate the issues at hand, feel confident in one of Trutech’s gull control services. No matter what your issue is, the experts at Trutech are here to help. Don’t wait until gulls cause hundreds of dollars worth of damage to your property. Call Trutech for all of your gull removal and gull control needs.
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Adult gulls have white bodies with gray and black patches over their backs, wings, and heads. The pests are characterized by their webbed feet, long wings, and slightly hooked beaks. Gulls range in size depending on the species, with the herring gull weighing about two pounds, while the great black-backed gull may reach up to four.
Gulls eat a wide variety of foods. These pests are not picky, obtaining much of their food by taking advantage of resources provided by humans like trash cans and landfills. Some species are carnivorous, feeding on aquatic animals, carcasses, and insects, while others may also eat plants and crops. Additionally, many types of gulls eat the eggs and young of others of their own species.
Despite commonly being called seagulls, these pests’ habitats are not limited to coastal areas. Gulls are widely distributed in North America, often sighted in rural regions, agricultural fields, and urban areas alike. Wide, flat spaces with plenty of open ground to land, such as beaches, parking lots, airports, and well-trimmed lawns, attract the pests.