Not an easy question to answer for several reasons. First, there are lots of different species of seagulls. Second, there are several recognized definitions of “invasive species.” Typically, to be invasive, they would have to be adversely affecting the habitat. My experience of Gulls is that they tend to clean up a lot, so they might actually be beneficial to a habitat, unless they are eating fish near the point of extinction or something like that.
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