Saturday, November 28, 2009

Crows feast on food waste which neighbour throws down everyday

 Crows feast on food waste which neighbour throws down everyday
STOMPer AMK Poster's inconsiderate neighbour throws food waste down his window everyday which dirties the pathway below the block and attracts crows to that area.

The food waste even lands on this STOMPer's freshly washed clothes.

AMK Poster says:

"My inconsiderate neighbour keeps throwing food waste down from his window on an almost daily basis.

"This happens at Blk 561, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10.

"Not only does he makes the common space below dirty and unfit for use, he also adds to inviting crows to this location.

"Crows are sometimes seen perched on my kitchen window sill and on my laundry waiting for the food.

"As they constantly come and sit on my laundry, they leave their droppings on the laundry.

"Also, sometimes the food lands on my baby's clothes, left out to dry.

"I think these people should really be educated on high rise living and how their dirty habits cause inconvenience to others living here.

"Hoping for the TC to take some action."

 Crows feast on food waste which neighbour throws down everyday
 Crows feast on food waste which neighbour throws down everyday
 Crows feast on food waste which neighbour throws down everyday
 Crows feast on food waste which neighbour throws down everyday
 Crows feast on food waste which neighbour throws down everyday
 Crows feast on food waste which neighbour throws down everyday
 Crows feast on food waste which neighbour throws down everyday

This isn't really a crow problem, it's a problem created by human behaviour. These house crows (Corvus splendens) are merely capitalising on this source of food. True, this does pose problems for other residents, but I'm sure the best solution is not to cull all the crows, but to take necessary action to correct the behaviour of the person who is tossing food out of the window.

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