This video says about itself:
May 22, 2012
Three lesser black-backed gulls landed on the roof opposite my house and made a terrible racket for about five minutes before flying off. One of them kindly regurgitated some yukky looking object then ate it again!
This afternoon, a magpie and an adult lesser black-backed gull landed together on my balcony.
The magpie may be one of the nesting couple opposite my window. It flew away soon.
I had often seen lesser black-backed gulls fly near my window, but I had never seen one land on my balcony. Let alone together with a magpie.
The gull had some trouble taking off from the balcony. I hoped it wings were not hurt. Apparently not, for it succeeded taking off at last, and flew away, high above the treetops.
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