Some people have been complaining to the Town of Provost administration about crows in the town limits so the issue was raised at a recent council meeting.
Chief administrative officer of the Town of Provost, Terry Hurlbut told The News that some people have complained that crows are noisy and that they are scaring away other birds. He says there have been a few complaints over the years and believes that some councilors have received calls as well. He said that one woman reported seeing 38 crows in one tree this year.
Council asked administration to check with RCMP to see if the police has concernsand if not, then special constable Dan Filtz and bylaw
enforcement officer Al Dorman will be authorized to discharge firearms in the corporate limits of Provost to shoot the crows.
For Full Story see May 22 edition of The Provost News
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