Amphibious, Flexibility, Survival, Communication, Acceptance, Ecology
Amphibious: Seagulls are land-based birds who forage both sea and land for food.
Flexibility: Seagulls have the flexibility to find food on land and at sea.
Survival: Seagulls have good survival instincts and tend to herd together for protection as well as to search for new food sources.
Communication: Communication amongst Seagulls is based on a well-developed set of rules and behavioural patterns both verbal and via gestures.
Acceptance: The Seagull who finds food first is allowed to eat first; thereafter it is a “free for all”. However, they appear to be fair and respect the others’ rights to obtain food too.
Ecology: Seagulls eat most things and are responsible for keeping the beaches and sea relatively clear of debris.