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Seafront seagulls are just ‘rats with wings

READERS have been telling us their seagull stories this week – and the ‘rats with wings’ don’t come out in the most favourable of lights.

An endemic problem in most seaside towns, seagulls are protected by law and cannot be culled.

Many Oban Times readers believe the problem is cause by people feeding them, and as more and more people report that the bold birds are snatching chips and sandwiches from the hands of unsuspecting tourists and residents, it seems people want something done about the situation.

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