St. Ives live cam
Panoramic view of St. Ives Harbour Beach in Cornwall

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    • 2 hours ago
    • James McIntosh

    Magpie have moved further north in the UK. They just hang around hedges etc waiting for the nesting birds to produce their young.

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    • 2 hours ago
    • Jim

    I used to put seed out in the garden and had many song birds nesting year after year for 40 plus years until some time ago gulls started to nest on all the roofs around me they just sit up there and watch until the young birds fledged then swoop down to eat them one by one so I no longer make any effort to get birds into my garden I spend my time cleaning their crap from the cars and everything else.

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    • 3 hours ago
    • Avril Bailey

    I was in Dumfries, there are notocrs asking not to feed the gulls, I had just bought a bacon barm and before I could put it to my mouth, a gull had stole it out of my hand, an expensive fresh air barm for me.

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    • 3 hours ago
    • James McIntosh

    Totally agree Jim. Having seen the ducklings in my nearby river being slaughtered I carry a pocket of stones if I see seagulls heading for them.

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    • 5 hours ago
    • Jim

    Nothing but flying rats old people can't go out of their Houses and children get attacked because of these gulls I also have to spend a fortune getting windows cleaned every other day if I want to see out of them they do not live on cliffs or spend their time at sea so are a nuisance only breeding so much due to the land fill sites around the country where they spend most of the time this makes them vermin and need to be severely culled or eradicated.

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    • 5 days ago
    • maria rodgers

    Kamagra, i totally agree

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    • 5 days ago
    • kamagra birmingham

    There Living Animals got as much right to be there as us

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    • 1 week ago
    • Barry

    That's the second booth out. This will be the start of summer. (probably)

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    • 1 week ago
    • Chris

    They are a big nuisance,but still people feed them..

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    • 1 week ago
    • James McIntosh

    Two people sat down to eat something and 10 seagulls swooped down. The couple moved quick! Why seagulls are protected is crazy.

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • Rob Lyon

    Dogs are not allowed on harbour beach from 1st July until 31st August 10 am - 6 pm,

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • loulou

    No way !!!!!

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • James McIntosh

    Mick it's 11am and 3 dogs on the beach!

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • Mick

    Absolutely Maria. From memory I think dogs are banned from the beach after 10am and up to 6pm. But I agree Maria I’ve seen far worse from humans, but not on this beach.

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • maria rodgers

    Dogs will not be the only dirty animals on the beach, i have seen plenty of dirty humans

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    • 3 weeks ago
    • Mick

    I’m sure it’s been mentioned before, but I would have thought at this time of the year dogs would have been banned.