Regarding the letters which were in the Tele concerning the persecution of gulls (Your Voice, August 13).
Evil black eyes fixed me with a steely stare and it was definitely game on.
Concerns have been raised after a dead seagull was placed on a bollard in a city centre street.
Council leader John Alexander has waded into the row over gulls after having a burger snatched.
A distraught dog owner has issued an appeal to find her miniature chihuahua after it was snatched by a seagull from her garden.
More than 2,000 Tele readers have had their say on the city’s gull problem – and a whopping 79% believe a cull on the birds is the best solution.
Gulls remain a talking point in Dundee, with a number of accounts of people having food stolen from their hands, or being attacked by the birds.
Gulls are pretty unavoidable in any city, especially in a place like Dundee which sits on the water.
Menacing gulls have proved to be a problem for the whole of Dundee in recent years.
The Friends of Swannie Ponds group has called for a cull on gulls after the birds were seen swooping on ducklings.
Angus Council is battling a rising tide of complaints against menacing gulls.
Residents in the West End are claiming local streets are turning into a “gulls’ paradise” due to overflowing bins.
The UK’s leading authority on gulls has said Dundee City Council is fighting a “losing battle” in its efforts to stop the birds repopulating.
Dive-bombing gulls have kept an elderly couple trapped in their Forfar home all summer.
Residents in the West End have voiced their concerns that overflowing bins in the area may be attracting more gulls.
Dundee City Council has spent almost £10,000 in the past four years removing gulls, mice, ants, slugs and other pests from schools.
A pensioner has spoken of her horror after she was “mugged” by a flock of gulls in the city centre.
Dundee city council workers have destroyed more than 170 gulls so far in 2018 — with the number still likely to rise.
Dundee city centre shopper left terrified as gull ‘the size of a dog’ lands on her arm and steals burger
A wheelchair user has spoken of her horror after a gull the “size of a small dog” stole her burger.
Everywhere you look, our noisy urban neighbours are raking in bins – and even attacking unsuspecting pedestrians in a bid to steal their lunch.