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Herring Gulls visit our area mostly in small numbers, feeding on the surrounding arable and at pig farms. Formally more common it has declined since the demise of open top rubbish tips. There is also a spring and autumn passage between the Thames Estuary and the Bristol Channel. During the day small number join other gulls to rest and bath on the local gravels pits.