When they need to sleep, these birds will seek a safe and quiet place. They can usually find a sheltered sandbank or section of shrubbery to rest in. They can also choose to nest in trees and cliffs around the ocean.
They can also choose to nest in inland areas like playing grounds or parks. However, it is not common for them to roost at these places. They will normally prefer to roost near water bodies and they can sleep at any open space as long as it is open.
While some of the smaller seagulls can rest on the trees, they mainly do this during the day. When the sun goes down, they will move to open grounds and rest on a calm water body such as the sea.
During the day, these birds can feed from scavenging food sources in a variety of locations. They can find food in landfills, dumpsites and along streets. They are opportunistic feeders, which means they will look for easy food wherever they can get it.
When they need to sleep, these birds will usually rest on a sheltered sandbank or a section of shrubbery. They can also choose to nest in trees, and they will do this if it is a safe and secluded spot for them.