FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — The city of Frederick is bringing in a bird gun to scare away crows that congregate along a retail strip of U.S. 40.
City spokeswoman Susan Harding said Thursday that a contractor will fire the loud, pyrotechnic device every night at sundown for a week, and then every other night the following week.READ MORE: Job Fair Aims To Help Candidates Find Path Out Of COVID-19 Pandemic
The effort is focused on the Golden Mile Marketplace, a shopping center anchored by a Toys R Us store.READ MORE: Andrew Beavers, Son Of Cybersecurity Executive Juanita Koilpillai, Arrested For Her Murder
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