Silver gulls outside Parliament House

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Subject: Silver gulls outside Parliament House
From: Nick Payne via Canberrabirds <>
Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2021 09:12:52 +0000
I noticed, Sunday before last while walking around Parliament House,
that the grevilleas in the middle of the forecourt water feature, where
silver gulls were roosting and nesting last year, had been covered over
by netting.

I was pleased to see, on my walk this Sunday, that the gulls were giving
the finger to this decision. Parliamentary Services should be more
concerned about the behaviour of the creatures inside the building than
those outside.

Nick Payne


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