In an ur­ban set­ting, gulls are ver­min

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Points Of View -

Whilst it is re­gret­table that her­ring gulls have lost much of their coastal nest­ing habi­tat, in an ur­ban set­ting they are ver­min be­ing hyper-ag­gres­sive in pur­suit of food, dam­ag­ing to prop­erty with their waste and are even nois­ier than the M20 most days from dawn un­til dusk (‘Birds set­tle in for long-term stay at town cen­tre car park’, May 26). Ev­ery­thing pos­si­ble must be done to stop gulls nest­ing in the town cen­tre. Jonathan Dance, North­brooke, Ash­ford

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