Rye should learn to live with seagulls

APART from the kittiwakes, seagulls are typically coastal or inland species, rarely venturing far out to sea.

They are not sea birds.

They have learned to coexist successfully with humans and thrive in human habitats.

If you live in Rye, you should be used to this by now.

Yes, of course we should be more careful how we dispose of food waste.

Next week: why sea horses are not horses.

Dominic Manning

Love Lane

Rye