It is said that the number of these birds is less than 500 in the whole of the US (California Condors), while in California there are 160. They fall under the category of protected birds.
California Condor birds damage the house
California Condors on US House: California Condors have attacked a house in the US and have waged a war against the mistress of this house. The family living here has given this information. Situation in Tehachapi city of California State, this house belongs to Cinda Mikols. At least 15 birds are hovering at his house. His daughter Sienna Quentiro shared photos of the birds on Twitter, saying, ‘They still haven’t gone, completely ruining the deck.’
It is said that the number of these birds is less than 500 in the whole of America (US), while in California there are 160. They fall under the category of protected birds. But Quentiro is very worried about his mother. Whom these birds are disturbing. Quantiro says, ‘My little mother was looking at these birds half her size from a distance of 10 feet and was trying to drive away. But he kept flying on the roof of the house and started beating everything everywhere.
Quentiro has also shared those pictures in the tweet, which can be seen how the birds are damaging their house. He says that he or his mother has no objection to the presence of birds, but the problem is that they are causing a lot of damage (Damaged by California Condors). Dropping the plants, making paints on the paint and also damaging the windows. However, the US Fish and Wildlife Service says that these are protected birds and that their (Quentiro) mother’s home is historically located on what Condor believed to be the place to live.
Prevention Measures Explained
The agency has said that some methods will be adopted to stop them. Along with this, the agency also asked Quenteiro to adopt rescue measures such as water splashes on them (About California Condors). This is what Quentiro’s mother did, after which the birds went back, while some went to their trees and sat down. According to the Fish and Wildlife Service, these birds have been the most preyed upon and have been recorded as an extinct species, which has led to conservation under US federal law 1967 and California law of 1971.
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