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Bird spikes in Bristol trees to protect cars cause dismay

19.12.2017
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Spikes were fixed to branches to tackle bird mess problem, and council says it cannot intervene as trees are on private propertySpikes have been fixed to trees in a leafy neighbourhood of Bristol in an attempt to prevent birds from perching there and creating a mess on residents' cars.The spikes, of the sort normally seen on the ledges of buildings to ward off pigeons, have been spotted on trees in Clifton, near the wildlife-rich Downs and the Avon gorge. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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