The Municipality of Horsens will shoot svinende and noisy birds

In Horsens if you have had enough. Enough of the rowdy behavior. Enough of the mess. Enough of overformering. And enough of the damage, gulls and crows, which

The Municipality of Horsens will shoot svinende and noisy birds

In Horsens if you have had enough.

Enough of the rowdy behavior. Enough of the mess. Enough of overformering. And enough of the damage, gulls and crows, which stands behind the. So now they must be shot.

The three fugletyper have it otherwise, well in the east jutland town. Here are both good places to build save, lots of food and almost no natural enemies.

But now have they yet to acquire a few pieces at the back of the neck, writes TV 2 Østjylland.

the Municipality has teamed up with the local jagtforening, there have been asked to shoot sølvmågerne at Horsens Harbour.

Also have jægerrådet been authorized to regulate the number of injuries and crows.

These take namely out in the city's residential neighborhoods and pillaging, sounds it.

the Decision to shoot the unwanted birds will be in the TV 2 Our article criticized by an ornithologist.

"It serves no purpose, for there is not a desire from the citizens that you have to regulate them. On the contrary, they are a sort of remediation workplaces, they eat waste, garbage and they take even some of the insects, which we like to be free in our lawns," says ornitologen His Pindstrup to the media.

About the criticism tells Horsens Municipality that the current system has emerged on the basis of a request from the hunters.

Therefore, the municipality is also responsive to other, who does not believe that regulation is necessary:

"We have an excellent cooperation with jægerrådet and listening to them, and when the ornithological association comes on the field, so we listen to them and try to balance things," says Flemming Larsen, who is head of Nature and Environment in the Municipality of Horsens, to TV 2 Østjylland.

Updated Date: 20 December 2019, 18:00

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