HEREFORD'S seagull problem doesn't look to be going away, with this bird on the hunt for scraps of food at a restaurant.

Pictured in the Old Market, the seagull was quick to search plates for any leftovers.

Last week, seagulls were feasting on rubbish strewn across Union Street in the city.

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Since 2008, county council contractors say they have removed around 2,275 nests and 4,229 eggs.

Hereford's gull population had been reduced from 500 to around 150 breeding pairs in 2017.