Scaring crows

A day in the life of Chatham’s crow control guy.

Spence admitted crow control is controversial, especially when there are occasional suggestions to fire live ammunition.

He expressed a personal view that killing a couple of crows could help matters.

“If we killed a few they might get the message they’re not welcome,” he said.

With animal lovers on one side and crow-killing advocates on the other, Spence said it’s impossible to please everyone.

“It’s like politics,” he said.


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