We asked our viewers what they think of seagulls on our Facebook page. Here are some of their responses.
My Mother feeds a local Seagull - he sits on the roof opposite her house and waits for his food - she calls him Burt burt and he has been visiting and eating for a couple of years."
I was at the Cathedral Green in Exeter a while back and one swooped down and took a sandwich out of a child's hand."
We have plenty in Shirehampton. In the winter they perch themselves on the chimney pots and central healing vents to keep warm."
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