Who needs an alarm clock with those seagulls?

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Re: Friday September 6’s Herald re How to Poison Gulls, it is not all the gulls’ fault, it is the hands that feed them several times a day which means they keep coming back for more, attacking each other for food.

We should have a byelaw to stop local residents feeding them, as it stops all the smaller birds from getting fed, seen or heard.

We should start a campaign to shop your neighbours etc online, to get something done about it. I bet the website would crash as so many people do it.

Don’t get me wrong, I love birds and have studied them for over 50 years, but I have got more chance of the Queen visiting my garden than a common blackbird or song thrush.

Who needs an alarm clock when the gulls do it for you 24/7, putting us all in a bad mood due to lack of sleep.

I bet you won’t print this letter

DAVID SHEPPARD,

Nutbourne Close.