Le Goéland d'Audouin

Audouin's Gull is a subspecies of seagull similar to those found in France. Unlike other gulls, it feeds exclusively on fish. It is found along the Mediterranean coast, mainly in the Ebro Delta. While the Audouin Gull was at one time a threatened species, its population has now stabilized. For the record: its name comes from the zoologist Victor Audouin (1797-1841).