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UK deploys bald eagles to keep seagulls away from popular beaches and boost tourism

Seagulls are destroying tourism potential in the United Kingdom and officials have introduced a pair of bald eagles to scare them away.
The menace of seagulls on popular beaches in the United Kingdom has rung alarm bells in the tourism sector. The birds swoop down on unsuspecting tourists who are enjoying their food, attack them and snatch the edibles. This has forced the tourism officials to hire two bald eagles with handlers who will defend popular tourist spots on the beaches that are attractive travel destinations. Their responsibility would be to make the surroundings safe from seagulls that are scaring away the visitors that have an adverse effect on tourism. New Zealand Herald reports one of the town councils has deployed two bald eagles named Winnie and Kojak for a start. They rest on the arms of their handlers as they patrol the promenade of the resort and their very presence is enough to keep the seagulls at bay. Use of bald eagles a first Tourism, especially beach tourism, is always a revenue earner and authorities must assign priority to tackle anything that disturbs the smooth inflow of visitors. In...
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