Columbia - Scattered throughout the scenic MU campus are a number of stealthily laid electric shock wires, sharp metal spikes and ultrasonic devices emitting earsplitting frequencies. Yet students need not fear; these are just a few of the methods MU currently employs to control the pigeon population and deter the ubiquitous birds from roosting in campus buildings.
Biologist advocates pigeon birth control to tackle MU’s bird problem
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