We have a flat roof on our kitchen extension (directly underneath my home office) and a pair of seagulls are regular visitors. They've recently started bringing stuff across and started creating a nest. I've tried to move some of the debris before they have a chance to create it but they seem quite insistent to keep trying.
Does anyone have any advice on how I can prevent them? I'm conscious that once they nest properly and lay eggs, I won't be able to interfere and I wouldn't want to. One that note, if they do rear young here, how disruptive are they likely to be? Their preferred location is directly under my office window!
Thanks in advance, Dylan.
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