Bird culling fallout alarms central NJ community
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#1 Jan 27, 2009
I hate to say this, but in NC we need something to reduce the population of geese. They are over-running our State and their poop is covering way too many areas.
#2 Jan 27, 2009
Starlings are a non-native parasitic species of bird that should be controlled if not eliminated from our shores.
I know that this will get the animal huggers panties in a knot but it is reality.
Wherever you see starlings other bird species are suffering.
#3 Jan 27, 2009
Agree with both above posts. I enjoy my backyard bird watching, but as stated, Starlings are a non-native species of a pest.
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