Cdiddy reports finding this seagull busy tearing apart one of his car's windshield wipers in East Boston today.
Earlier:The rat-swallowing seagull of the North End.
Nature at it's best.
That does not look like a gull I'd want to cross.
They parked on its space saver.
Seagulls like rubber and rubber adhesives. They will peck at the seams in rubber roofs to eat the rubber and glue.
Please don’t ask me for sources.
Start using some DDT again and learn 'em critters to stay in their place.
It didn't affect rats or seagulls, just the things that compete with them or eat them.
Next thing you know they'll be gathering at the gas stations along Morrisey Blvd. and the gas tanks along I-95!
We need to wait to glimpse Alfred Hitchcock crossing the street and THEN we're in trouble.
I wonder if the texture is appealing - sort of like rubbery sea life, freshly picked from a piling and dropped on a wharf to break it open?
Poor gulls - not much unfrozen trash around for them to upcycle.
I used to attend Army Reserve weekend drills at a unit in the seaport. Our mechanics had to get a couple of those bobble head owls to keep the seagulls away, because they were ripping the wiper blades off the trucks.
a gaggle of seagulls flying in a perfect circle above a dead rat?
...is technically called a colony. But flock is also commonly used. Like here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIpfWORQWhU
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