Robotic Falcons to Scare Off Fat Pigeons.

Authorities in Liverpool, UK, resorted to robotic falcons perched on roof tops to scare off pesky, fat pigeons!

The mechanical birds - called "Robops" - are to sit on the roofs of buildings, and can be moved around.

They look like a Peregrine Falcon, which is a natural predator of pigeons, and even squawk and flap their wings to scare off the birds.

Link - via Spluch, who has a larger picture.


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we had one of these in aberdeen for a short time but seagulls were at first cautious then realised it was fake then they were back to being good ol' aggressive seagulls
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i want to know if it works and how long will it work? and why hasn't made something that moves and makes sounds and is used wide spread?

those owls never work they are actually perches for pigeons. i think they know its a joke. i think cute those owls are cute..if you're into owls.
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