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Subject Topic: Annoying seagull- help!
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21/6/2015 at 4:26pm
 Location: Ayrshire
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Quote: Originally posted by Wibsey on 20/6/2015
I have a border terrier, it hates all things feathered, do you want to borrow it? I have owned said mutt for 2 years its list of misdemeanors involving feathered creatures includes: Mum and Chickens, various geese in various parks around West Yorkshire, Seagull on Scarborough and Whitby seafront, pigeon in our back garden, complete carnage on Lytham sea front of seagulls, all of these with the exception of our garden, Mum and Dads chickens and Lytham sea front, where while on a lead, yes this thing is one amazing hunter, and even birds on TV are not safe, I am amazed it hasn't knocked the TV off its stand yet!!!




I am roaring and laughing! What a nightmare though, but so funny. You must dread going to the beach lol!

Graham - she has. Big Tom cat, who's terrified of the seagull!

She does put scraps out for the birds, so I'll tell her to stop doing that.

Thanks for all the advice folks! X



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St Ives has a big problem,They are very nasty,The council are gormless,They have put flags round the harbour budget of 5,000. Thinking these gulls will stay away,Um for 5 mins then they were back. But visitors feed the bloody things thinking its funny.there are signs saying dont feed the gulls!
Link ...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02h713y

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Roughing it in style at Calloose caravan and camping holiday park nr St Ives.(seasonal pitch)
Its not a hangover, its wine flu!


nant mill.N/Wales
just dont go there.



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