Bird Control - Flocks of feathery pests plague local businesses
LAWTON, Okla. - Thousands upon thousands of birds are making the lives of Lawton citizens miserable, especially in one area along Sheridan Rd. near Wal-Mart.
The feathery pests affect neighborhood businesses, stores, and shoppers alike.
"The power lines from one end to the other [have] birds all over it. The sky turns black and they all start to fly in," said car salesman Justin Lamb.
The blackbirds fly in around 5:30 each night and roost on the power lines and in the trees. When they leave the next morning, they leave behind a big mess. It is not only dirty, noisy, and annoying some say it is also expensive.
It is not only the number of birds that is a problem for locals; it is the mess of bird droppings they leave behind.
"Oh, yeah, people come in and notice the bird poop on everything," said Lamb.
Lamb says they make a terrible mess on all the cars and trucks at the dealership where he works.
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