koblenz - The German city of Koblenz will deploy drones to combat nuisance birds at the municipal swimming pool. From Monday to fly to five times a day two drones over the bath to expel Nile geese and Canadian geese, said local authorities Friday.
According to environmental organizations in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate, the number of geese recently grown extremely hard. And especially places on the water, such as Koblenz on the Rhine and Moselle, there suffer from. In the pool the birds contaminate the playing fields and water with their droppings.
The German city discovered that were successfully used in Canada drones to chase away the birds and adopted the idea.
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