Again, gulls? Really?

WHAT ARE THESE WORTHLESS PACKBAWKIES DOING? IS THAT A NEST? THAT HAD BETTER NOT BE A NEST! THIS AREA HAS MET ITS GULL QUOTA; FURTHER GULLS WILL BE RETURNED TO SENDER!

Is that bird digging?  Stop digging, bird!  That's how gulls make their nests:  they dig little hollows in the dirt, and pile up rubbish all around, and then they lay their eggs.

Is that bird digging? Stop digging, bird! That’s how gulls make their nests: they dig little hollows in the dirt, and pile up rubbish all around, and then they lay their eggs.

(In all seriousness, if that is a nest being built, I wish the gulls better luck than they had last year. They built a nest in exactly the same spot, and a workman came and took the eggs away. Twice. The gulls were distraught. It was a shame.)

Testing the comfort of its new digs?

Testing the comfort of its new digs?

NB: I did not approach the possible nest, or disturb the gulls, in order to take pictures. That’s the roof of a neighbouring building, and quite distant from my balcony.

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