Problems included "aggressive behaviour" from dive-bombing gulls
and mess on cars, buildings and people as well as gulls
ripping open bin bags and strewing litter everywhere.
Already this summer her sanctuary has rescued 500 gulls
- up a quarter on 2016.
and his son Ryan Gull
, 28, also of Rainham, also deny money laundering.
It is hoped that the measured programme of disruption and dispersal alongside the council's existing measures of education and signage about the importance of not feeding the gulls
, will start to have a more positive effect on the relationship between people and the gulls
Scientists Andrew Ramey, Bjorn Olsen, and Jonas Bonnedahl (L to R) setting a trap for gulls
at the Soldotna landfill in 2016.
NBC Environment is offering organisations in Cardiff a free gull
consultation to provide advice on how to combat the problem.
Although most studies suggest that Sabine's Gulls
nest solitarily or in small groups, we discovered in 2010 a Sabine's Gull
breeding colony of 102 nests on a small island in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta (YKD) of western Alaska that was much larger than any nesting group previously reported.
And a judge at Swansea Crown Court added to the furore by claiming other judges had been "dive-bombed" by gulls
nesting on the court roof.
are medium grey above, and white below.
GARY Gary has had to take time off to recover from the attack and admits he's now nervous every time he sees a gull
species are commonly found inland and some nest away from the coast.
Our results indicate that arrival time for black-headed gull
depended on the conditions in breeding areas, while departure time did not respond to NAO or local temperature.
In summer, a ring-billed gull
breeding colony in the Cave of the Winds area is perhaps one of the largest in the region.
announced the availability of its new fine pitch SMT gull
wing connector series.
Jeered at initially by a flock of gulls
because the penguin cannot fly, Hudson is eventually applauded by the same gulls
for his rescue of Gregory when the gull
is trapped at sea, at some depth, in a fisherman's abandoned net.