Birds baited on bridge
Virginia has abandoned pyrotechnics for poison in its battle to banish thousands of starlings that have been blighting Benjamin Harrison Bridge.
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#1 Feb 9, 2009
So, we poisoned the birds. Where did they fly away to and die? I was expecting it to rain birds in Hopewell. Anyone heard a follow-up to this? Did the birds get a tip and eat out that night instead?
Has anyone contacted the Peta-heads just to ruffle their feathers?
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