Nampa has a feathery problem. Here's how city officials are hoping to fix it

Posted at 4:09 PM, Oct 31, 2019
and last updated 2019-10-31 19:35:32-04

NAMPA, Idaho  — The City of Nampa has formed a committee to help teach residents how to keep crows away.

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Nampa has been having issues with flocks of crows for several years now. Last year's reports say over three thousand crows caused a big clean up problem for Nampa residents.

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The city tried using infrared lasers and police drones to chase the birds away, but they kept coming back--so they're hoping the committee will be a more permanent solution.

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Most of the crow problems happen from late fall to the spring.