Digital Daily: City in Jersey shore using birds of prey to scare off seagulls from beach

Updated: August 06, 2019 03:43 PM

Ocean City, New Jersey is handling its growing seagull problem by bringing in winged reinforcements.

The city has enlisted East Coast Falcons to release trained raptors into the skies near the boardwalk in order to scare seagulls away from beachgoers and their food.


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