5 quick questions about seagulls
Seagulls begin building their nests in February and March, and are typically ready to breed during April.
Seagulls return to the previous years’ nests. In June and July, the young gulls are large enough to leave their nests. They are not always fully-fledged.
Hunting season only applies to herring gulls. The other seagull species are protected. Thus, it is not permitted to dispose of seagull eggs unless you have a special permit.
In the spring, you are allowed to dispose of old nests or nests under construction without a special permit.
Seagulls built their nests in environments where they feel safe. They also choose locations that are close to sources of food. This is typically on roofs, landings and balconies.
At Absolut Skadedyrsservice, we are aware of what customers – both private and commercial – need quickly in the process when it comes to pest control. Therefore, we also have a quick response time for our interventions.
In case of suddenly occurring pest problems, we provide fast pest control. This is agreed individually and primarily applies to food companies.