There is controversy in Scarborough over calls to cull seagulls which have been branded a menace to public safety.
There is a growing campaign to limit the numbers by destroying the eggs. Conservationists and some locals disagree, though, and say far from being pests, the birds are part of the rich mix that makes life on the coast so special. Claire Ashforth reports.
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