Increase In Urban Gulls

For far too long we have been unable to find a solution to curb the growing problem of urban seagulls,
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The problems are getting worse, and unless we understand what it is that makes the gulls so successful we will make no progress. Hopefully, by bringing interested councils and businesses in to fund research we will be able to find a lasting solution that can be used countrywide”

The MP for Bath hosted a summit in Parliament today to discuss the problems being caused by urban seagulls. Peter Rock,
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He also estimated that there are more than 100,000 seagulls and the numbers are increasing rapidly. Mr Rock believes the current techniques in bringing down numbers are having little effect.

The meeting concluded that there was an urgent need for research into what makes the urban gull so successful,
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