We have this baby seagull in our garden. We have left it alone but have an 8 year old who wants to go in her paddling pool and a cat who now refuses to go out because she got dive bombed yesterday by the parent gulls.
It looks really quite young and I can’t see any wing development so I am wondering what I can do?
How long (ish) until it grows enough to fly? Can I move it somewhere else? It’s been in the garden about 24 hours now!
Hi Lyndsey Not knowing your immediate area I'm not sure where you could move it too that would be safe. I assume the parents are feeding it? Have a look here to see if there is someone local to you that could give you some advice or see if there is a local branch of the RSPCA. Sorry I can't be more helpful
EDIT ...forgot to put link in https://helpwildlife.co.uk/rescue-directory/map/ thanks Kate LOL
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