Gulls (larus)

Gulls are medium to large sized birds and are often in flocks and associated with coastal areas, sometimes feeding inland in tips, particularly in winter when our native bird populations are swollen by immigrants from the continent and elsewhere.

All species, when inland, depend on domestic refuse for food, although black headband common gulls feed on agricultural land.

Complaints about gulls are increasing as damage is done to roof fabric by pecking and the corrosive action of droppings.  Gulls also cause damage by fouling buildings.  Their nests block gutters and down pipes.

PROOFING

Successful control of Gulls requires a close understanding of the pest species, its biology, lifestyle and habits.

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