'I know well, there are bigger problems in the world, but I have the last week or so regularly received the visit of him here.'
How to write the 29-year-old Sebastian Lynggaard, who lives in an apartment right at the Sankt Hans Torv in Nørrebro in Copenhagen, in a posting on Twitter.
he has also shared an image of the great gull, who, since Friday of the previous week have awakened him every morning at four-long term, by knocking its beak relentlessly against the window-pane.
- It has been a quite foolish in the morning, for it was already at four o'clock in the morning. The just stand and go forward and back right now! says Sebastian Lynggaard desperate to Ekstra Bladet.
I know there are bigger problems in the world, but I have the last week or so regularly received the visit of him here. the— Sebastian Lynggaard (@PSLynggaard) April 15, 2019
Special at. 5 in the morning, where he is knocking its beak against the pane. I will be insane. What do I do? Verbal threats do not work pic.twitter.com/12ju9gUNUK
He's resorted to Twitter in order to get good advice as to what he must put up with her new uninvited morgengæst, which he thinks must be a woman, because it readily responds to the name Jane.
In the lookup, there are now multiple bids on what he can possibly put up with his næbbede alarm clock. Among other things, proposes one to put any film on the window, so 'Jane' can't see his own reflection. Another suggests that he could acquire a 'skræmmeugle', so and more does not dare to sit.
- Now I have borrowed a hunting dog, called Totte, who stand here and growls and makes. But the seagull is still there.
- I have a framework bajere standing out there on the ledge right now, and the stands and notches in them. Now, it has got a hole in one of them, so there is beer out of it all right now, tells Sebastian Lynggaard, while he still has the Extra Leaf in the pipe.
the Solution with the film at the pane of glass can according to Morten D. D. Hansen, who is the ranger and museum curator at the Natural history Museum in Aarhus, may well be the way forward.
- You would think that it is because it sees its own mirror image. It is often therefore, if the birds are attacking their own reflection. Gulls are not as self-conscious as, for example, kragefugle. Crows and ravens may well have an idea that what they see is a reflection of themselves. I don't think that the gulls have. So it may be, it has set itself, and come each morning to greet, says Morten D. D Hansen.
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- another possibility is that the hope to get something to eat. I have, myself, experienced with kragefugle, that comes and knocks on every morning and expect to get some breakfast.
There are also some that suggest a skræmmeugle - it was perhaps an idea?
- No, it is the satme don't care. I think it is fairly cold in the ass. Birds are quite clever, they get used quickly to how the world hangs together.
- Thus, the universal solution usually being to shoot it, but it must be the probably not there inside the middle in the city, says the curator.
the Expert's theory that the seagull might be expecting to be fed at Sebastian Lynggaard early each morning, there may actually be something on. For as he for a little over a week ago we had guests and had not room for it all in the fridge, he asked some salads out on the small ledge.
- Since the guests then were gone, there were complete walk in the. There sat three gulls and had spread the salad out over it all. The only thing they had not eaten, was fetaosten. Very picky seagulls.
And now there so one of them, that just gets to turn back, says Sebastian Lynggaard.
UPDATE on mågesituationen. I've got a guard dog!!! And it works... not at all. And now the have started to drink my can of beer #måxit pic.twitter.com/ZFBbEdWACg— Sebastian Lynggaard (@PSLynggaard) April 16, 2019