Bermuda launches drive to get rid of 30,000 feral chickens
HAMILTON, Bermuda, Aug 16, CMC – The Government of Bermuda has launched a programme to eradicate an estimated 30,000 feral or wild chickens .
Calling them “a real nuisance” Public Works Minister Michael Weeks said as well as being a nuisance the wild birds could spread diseases such as bird flu.
At the launch of a new pest management plan on Wednesday, Weeks said the new drive aims to get rid of the pests within three years.
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