Seagulls have become a menace across the UK, with reports of attacks on people and animals increasing with every passing year. These birds are particularly fierce in mating season and will become aggressive whenever they feel threatened.
A pensioner died after being attacked by gulls, while many animals have been badly or fatally injured when they have crossed paths with these birds. Every year, at the start of mating season, the media is filled with warnings about the dangers of these birds, with a variety of precautionary measures suggested. Although the breeding season only lasts a few weeks, the gulls can cause huge damage in this time. In some areas it has become so bad that postmen have refused to deliver mail.
By pre-empting the gull-mating season, you can ensure that you are well prepared at a time when these birds are at their most ferocious. You …