Abstract The Caspian Gull Larus cachinnans has undergone a considerable range expansion in the last 100 years. This expansion is ongoing and, over recent decades, the species has established itself as a breeding bird in central and western Europe. The total central and western European population is estimated to number at least 7,600 pairs, including sizeable breeding populatio


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