The Sweagull is a very common city bird seen flying over public hot spots, such as Town Square and especially along the developed shorelines. They are white feathered, and, being scavengers, will eat just about anything. They have been found in increasingly smaller quantities in the wild due to the ease of obtaining food in more developed areas. However the Sweagulls that do remain are potential prey for the carnivores of SW City that are able to catch them.


Sweagulls are commonly found in groups and work together to find food. When in groups, male sweagulls will bring the food they find to their mates and offspring.

During a time period at the end of 2006 and the start of 2007, the entire Sweagull population around SW City started acting very oddly. The birds, who are very usually mobile creatures, began flying soley in one spot in the sky until fatigue forced them to land and rest. Once fully rested, the Sweagull would take to the sky once again and continue flying in a single spot in the sky

Since Valentines Day 2007, the birds have been observed to be resuming their normal flight patterns.

  • Type: Medium Sized Scavenger
  • Location: SW City Territory, around water
  • Size: 1.5 feet
  • Weight: 6 pounds
  • Wingspan: 4 feet
  • Category: Fauna