Fulmars can be seen flying over the North Sea the entire year. However you are only likely to see them at sea or in their breeding area off the northern coast of Northern England, Scotland or Helgoland. If they end up on a Dutch beach then they probably ran into a storm or are victims of an oil spill or marine litter. Fulmars have a strong beak with a sharp arched point, which allows them to tear off pieces of their prey. They eat just about anything found in the upper sea surface, including plastic.