partner has just come home and said there is a seagull walking around up the road with half his wing hanging of and blood all down his side,
he phoned the rspb (no answer) then phoned rspca who said they cant come till tomorrow,
so we went up the road and we noticed it was one of a breading pair.the other was calling for her from the roof and you could see 2 or 3 little chicks hopping about on the chimney,
we were going to attempt to catch the bird in a box but the neighbour said its best to leave it die,but i have just come home and feel ill about it the thought of it and the chicks dying
the lady said it is probably the mother that is injured as the other is not sitting on the nest,
were we right to leave it or should i go back?