I need some advice. A juvenile seagull without parents has ended up in the communal garden and walks into the street every now and then. I gave it water. What should I feed it withou too great an expense? It may live for weeks here.
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The official RSPB advice is here. I don't think anything beyond that advice is wise. Even then, I'm not convinced intervention with large gull species is sensible or sustainable.
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