In my childhood we would feed the seagulls and in Great Yarmouth you still see people doing this but I feel it should be as it is in many places in Cornwall, where feeding seagulls are discouraged.
What can I do?You can read more about seagulls and the law on rpsbs website.St Andrews, Scotland Share this page Facebook Pinterest Google Seagulls Are Not Evil All rights reserved - 2016 Proudly generated by hugo, with Casper theme.The sound of seagulls squawking has always instantly brought that lovely memory of childhood holidays to mind.Trust me the reality of living with the seagulls is a lot louder than my mobile phone has picked up here.
This makes it illegal to intentionally or, in Scotland, recklessly injure or kill any gull or damage or destroy an active nest or its contents.
If you are planning to do this, please consider contacting rspb, Scottish spca or other diy shampoo maken local wildlife support organisation in order to get information on what you should.
Hi, I understand that you are looking for some advice or resources to help fully train your dog or fix behavior problems.If a family of seagulls is already nesting near your window, there is nothing you can do about it other than ignoring the noise during the few months when they are noisier.You can also remove any sources of food near your house by ensuring that bins are always closed and that you dont leave food out for them to take away.The sound the seagulls make bounce off the sea making it un-noticebely echo.Please do not stop feeding other birds out of fear that seagulls will eat the food!If this is completely unbearable to you, you can, however, prevent seagulls from coming back next year by making the place they are using at the moment inaccessible to them.Having seagulls around ports, in streets in town or around your house is not more harmful to you than having any other animal around and is part of living among nature.