Surprisingly, although I live Thingwall area, it is uncommon to see seagulls on a daily or even weekly basis around here. Yet if I should dare to put a couple of old bones out, a squabble of them appear and start squabbling, before having chance to lock the back door and boil the kettle. Can they smell so well? (my bones don't smell ) Have they got a sound system? How do they know? It's a mystery.
Can anyone say?
Edited by granny (24th Jan 2013 1:01pm)
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