USDA Wildlife Services conducting a crow roost dispersal Mon – Weds

Cape Ann Community

USDA Wildlife Services (WS) will be conducting a crow roost dispersal at 128 Rogers Street, Gloucester, MA on February 27th – March 2nd 2017.  This is a non-lethal technique that will require the use of pyrotechnics.  Pyrotechnics have a very similar sound to “bottle rockets” or similar fireworks.  With this comes the inherent risk of many noise complaints and although we do not foresee it happening, an increased fire risk.  WS staff will begin dispersing crows at approximately 17:00 (or earlier if they show up then) on Monday and will continue after sunset or until the last crow comes into the area.  Dispersals are most successful when they are conducted numerous days in a row and that is why we have planned the dispersal for four (4) days.  There is the possibility it does not require all of the days, but we have to prep in case it…

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