By Michelle Esteban Published: Jul 15, 2015 at 8:46 PM PDT
SEATTLE -- "Angry Birds" isn't just the name of a video game for patrons of a parking garage in downtown Seattle.
A territorial, diving-bombing seagull has people running for cover at one local lot.
You won't see many people or parked cars these days on the rooftop lot of Seattle's Goat Hill Parking Garage. A mamma seagull has staked out the lot for herself and her family, and nobody else is welcome there.
Many patrons know the bird is just doing what all good moms do and they're happy to give up their spot.
"It's internal, it's something you have no control over," said Kathy Tremper, who parks in the lot.