Gulls (Larus Argentatus)
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Gulls have become well adapted to urban environments inland, as well as on our coastlines, often scavenging waste as a food source and their changing behaviour has resulted in increasing amounts of gulls nesting in built-up areas from ledges and chimneys to roofs and balconies, using the same nests year after year, with increasing disturbance if the problem is not dealt with.
Gulls are increasingly moving inland to towns and cities to feed and rear their young, with litter and household refuse providing an easy and more attractive method of obtaining food than the diminishing fish stocks. Breeding pairs begin courting in late March and April, with the nest-building beginning in early May.
Gulls can create problems when nesting on residential and business premises, creating a great deal of noise due to their territorial nature which can result in aggressive behaviour towards humans - particularly during the breeding season.
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