More crow hazing in Watertown this week

More crow hazing in Watertown this week
Wildlife biologists from Loomacres Wildlife Management will be harassing the city of Watertown's crow flocks. (Source: WWNY)

WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) - The city of Watertown’s continues its crow hazing efforts.

Wildlife biologists from Loomacres Wildlife Management will target nuisance crow flocks Monday and Tuesday evening.

They will use loud noises and flashing lights from pyrotechnics, lasers, air rifles, and other devices to scare the crows away from city neighborhoods.

The hazing activities could startle some people.

Crows often roost in the relative warmth of the city during colder weather.

The biologists rely on the public to let them know where flocks are and how many crows are in them.

Call 1-800-243-1462, extension 1 to report crow activities. You can also go to www.airportwildlife.com/crows.php or you can click the link on the city website’s home page.

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