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I've been bothered with noisy birds lately. There's a seagull family on my roof. Two small grey ones, and a lot of them flying around. I don't want to harm them, so I was thinking of scarecrows. But nobody has scarecrows on their roof and do they work on seagulls? Anyone know what they are afraid of?
I used to live near the seaside and we all knew that the one thing you do not want to happen is that a seagull lands on your roof for any length of time. Once they land they will always come back. The UK seaside solution: a steady hand, a good eye and an air rifle.
Thanks. I think I will order a fake owl to put up there. But I guess I will have to live with it till the little ones have flown away, otherwise it could be even more noise. I don't think a voilent solution will be any good, won't other ones just come instead?