• Gull populations are extremely successful in urban environments and nuisance populations continue to grow.
  • Traditional attempts to control urban gull populations are either undesirable, unsuccessful or both.
  • Recent scientific studies have proven that urban gulls will accept plastic imitation eggs in place of their own in the nest.
  • Whilst incubating the imitation eggs, the gulls are quiet and less aggressive.
  • The imitation eggs are easy to deploy and are reusable the following year.
  • In the long term nuisance populations naturally decline and you can show that the issue has been treated in a very environmentally friendly and humane manner.