Gulls Gone Wild



This afternoon.

Sandymount, Dublin 4.

Seagulls forced back to the sea as food becomes harder to find in the capital’s streets.

Might put manners on them.

Sam Boal/Rollingnews


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9 thoughts on “Gulls Gone Wild

  1. Slightly Bemused

    I have no idea why, but this made me laugh! I have been the victim of a gull swoop more than once, and we are not allowed fight back.

    I wonder if there is a generation of gulls who do not know how to fish, because they did not need to.Not everything is instinct, as modern wildlife observation has shown, most tasks are taught from one generation to another.

  2. Shayna

    Godammit, I appreciate and respect most living creatures. Gulls, though? I was sat on a sea-front café in Brighton last year, a sea-gull swooped and took my tuna sandwich – my lunch – I brought this incident to the attention of the waiter – he said , “You’ve got to be careful of the gulls” . They are huge birds, un-naturally so. I’m going upstairs now to fetch my rifle, in case the pesky gulls bother me.

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