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Seagull cull

28 Signatures Goal: 100,000

Please stop these horrible,disease carrying,dog killing,duckling eating,person bullying seagulls NOW!!!! PLEASE! Make the poeple hear your voice NOW! Do it...

             Now!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Alessandro
    Alessandro United Kingdom
    Oct 03, 2015
    Oct 03, 2015
    Hate these Flying rats
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Aug 28, 2015
    Aug 28, 2015
    Seagulls can live for decades. They are a pest and should be controlled. If people are sensitive about killing adult gulls - why not puncture their eggs - I understand the bird will continue to brood the useless eggs. This would occupy the adults, they would not re-lay while they think their eggs are valid and the whole process would result in no chicks! Job done with no killing! Otherwise perhaps they could be fed something that would make them infertile.
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Aug 26, 2015
    Aug 26, 2015
    These birds are doing their utmost to destroy my TV aerial, and are pecking all the mortar out from between my ridge tiles. They scream and squawk from pre-dawn until sunset etc etc. Towns are not their environment. They must be eliminated.

  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Aug 13, 2015
    Aug 13, 2015
    There are a couple of misguided individuals near me who feed these nasty creatures and now we are saddled with the chicks. Seagulls are bullies and have no fear. I've yet to be attacked by a blackbird or any other GARDEN bird. I try to encourage the smaller birds to my garden, but with the gulls being so prominent its hopeless. Why are they protected? Gulls aren't an endangered species! In fact the opposite. I live near the south coast path, and it's odd that there are hardly any gulls around there, but, hey, guess that's because they are all in the town!! They are lazy, and instead of hunting for their food in and by the sea they have opted for easy pickings, terrifying humans and their pets, dogs, cats, rabbits and the like. What will it take to make people understand, the gulls need to be culled to get the numbers down, and encouraged to return to their NATURAL habitat, which is the coast. Clue in the name SEAGULLS. Then maybe the GARDEN birds, which ARE endangered may have a chance of survival. I spoke to a local RSPB chap about the problem, and the fact we're unable to sit in our gardens, and children afraid to play outside and his advice was to erect a canopy of some sort and sit under that!!! He did admit there was a 'bit' of a 'proliferation' of gulls. Why can't we obtain the pellets they use in Sweden, which apparently keep the gull numbers down?
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    Neil Vickers United Kingdom
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    Alessandro United Kingdom
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    Gerard Delaplanque United Kingdom
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