Audouin’s Gull: Birding In Spain top 50 birds

Audouin’s Gull Larus audouinni

Audouin’s Gull

Photo courtesy of Peter Dunn

The Audouin’s Gull is present in Catalonia (Catalunya), northeast Spain, all year round. The world’s most important breeding colony is in the Ebro delta and consists of more than 10,000 pairs. Much smaller numbers remain in the region in the winter. The Audouin’s Gull is frequent in small numbers elsewhere along the coast in Tarragona, becoming irregular or scarce further north to Cap de Creus on the coast of Girona.

Birding itineraries from the web site where the Audouin’s Gull can be seen: Ebro delta north and south, Llobregat delta.
Distribution of Audouin’s Gull

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