Some gulls do migrate, especially ones in the northern parts of the world, such as Alaska. Like other migratory birds, they go south during the winter to where the pickins’ are better. The migratory patterns vary widely depending on where they reside in the summer, but they can travel thousands of miles to find better food sources.
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