Updated: Dec 2, 2019
This year the gull project removed 342 nests and 774 eggs from town centre buildings.
The first graph shows previous years for comparison with the significant increase seen in 2018 due to the project area being widened. This same area was covered by the project for 2019.
The data shows that in 2017 there was reduction in nests and eggs removed compared to the same area during 2016. There has also been a reduction reduction between 2018 and 2019 although it is too early to draw definitive conclusions from this data, but the numbers are going in the right direction.
If you are interested in finding out more, you can see the full report by clicking here.
Seagull image courtesy of JW A