LETTER: Under siege from seagulls

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Please can someone explain why seagulls have more rights than us poor victims.

We have endured the worst three weeks since these seagulls hatched on our roof.

We are not able go in the garden because the adults swoop down.

The grandchildren are frightened and the seagulls even swoop down on our little dog.

We are woken every morning at 4am.

Then there is the noise and mess all over our conservatory and our clothing when they come down on our neighbour and myself.

We get told they are protected and that they clearly have more rights then us poor victims.

They are vicious, dirty and cause so much stress.

We don’t live down by the sea we are near the Downs.

Please stop feeding these nasty birds - they destroy people’s lives.

K. Mcmurran

Steyning Close,



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