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Pigeon Committee Named in New York

Elimination of bird from city deemed unlikely; defence group meets

A New York pigeon in front of a taxi

In a move that is not likely to please many city residents, a pigeon committee has been formed in New York. The committee, made up of city officials and pigeon defence groups, will explore ways to keep the birds from becoming a nuisance in the city.

So far, the committee has ruled out the possibility of eliminating the pigeons from the city. However, they are exploring other options, such as deterring the birds from nesting in certain areas and reducing the amount of food available to them.

“The pigeons are a part of New York City and we need to find a way to coexist with them,” said committee member Jerry Haggerty. “We’re looking at a variety of options and we hope to have a plan in place soon.”

Some city residents are not happy with the committee’s decision to keep the pigeons in the city.

“They’re a nuisance and they need to be gone,” said one resident. “I don’t want to see them everywhere I go.”

Others, however, are happy with the decision.

“I love the pigeons,” said one woman. “They’re a part of the city and I don’t want them to go away.”

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