Yes, most gulls will head north to their breeding grounds in early April and stay till August. From August till March, they will head to a milder southern climate to forage and live. These wintering and breeding areas are different throughout the varied species of gull; although some do overlap. In certain places, such as San Francisco, some gull species stay year-round due to the mild climate and abundance of food.
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