Just after some advice really, we’ve booked scaffolding to be put up around our house in a couple of weeks, and for the fascias & guttering to be replaced and for the chimney stack to be repointed. We’ve occasionally seen a seagull coming and going but it didn’t seem to be nesting. Today though we’ve just spotted a baby gull on the chimney. I’m assuming the mother won’t let us get anywhere near the chimney whilst the chick is there, and obviously we can’t move or disturb the nest. Is there anything we can do or are we going to have to postpone the work?
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