For several days, many birds have taken up residence in the plane trees around town.
From Monday, September 5, begins a scaring campaign for starlings, many of which have taken up residence in the plane trees around the town, in Rodez.
The town hall has appointed a professional who will operate for three weeks to disperse the birds which cause nuisance for the inhabitants, ranging from noise to dirt, despite the cleaning of the technical services of the City.
Scaring consists of frightening the starlings to encourage them to change their roost.
Every evening, from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., during this scaring campaign on the city tour, the professional will couple acoustic tools (broadcast using a megaphone of cries of starling predators and detonations of firecrackers) and a visual tool (laser beams).