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More Crow hazing scheduled next week in the city of Watertown

Loomacres Wildlife Management of Warnerville NY, will be conducting the Crow dispersal program utilizing special remote controlled aircraft, playing distress calls, firing low-yield pyrotecnics and using hand held lasers.
Watertown (WWTI) -- Residents in the City of Watertown can expect to hear and see another round of Crow Hazing next week.

According to a press release issued by the City Manager's Office, the Hazing will begin next Wednesday night and continue until December 28th and again on January 2nd, 3rd and 4th.

Loomacres Wildlife Management of Warnerville NY, will be conducting the Crow dispersal program utilizing special remote controlled aircraft, playing distress calls, firing low-yield pyrotecnics and using hand held lasers.

According to the City Managers Office, Loomacres can use limited lethal means id deemed  appropriate by the City.

To report crow activities within the City, residents can call 1-800-234-1462, or online at

 www.airportwildlife.com/crows.php


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