New plea not to feed seagulls following problems in Cumbrian town

New plea not to feed seagulls following problems in Cumbrian town
 

A new plea has gone out to tackle noisy birds that have been blamed for attacks on people, with officials warning: "Don't feed the seagulls."
The message has gone out from Copeland Council in a new campaign to residents.
An information leaflet has been published by the council to help counter some of the problems seagulls bring to Whitehaven and the borough's other coastal towns.
Lena Hogg, Copeland’s councillor for environmental health, said: "Seagulls are a prominent feature of all seaside towns, but they do create problems.
"They can be noisy, they can spread rubbish... read more

 
13 August 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 68
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