“Crows are a public health nuisance” says the The National Environment Agency (NEA), “They are scavengers and are attracted to areas where food is readily accessible. In the course of scavenging, they pollute our surroundings by scattering food waste from refuse bags and leftovers. As they are extremely protective of their nesting sites and their young, they have also been known to attack innocent passerbys when their nesting boundaries are intruded upon.”
The National Environment Agency (NEA) and the Singapore Gun Club (SGC) conduct regular crow culling sessions islandwide at crow foraging and roosting sites and also at their nesting sites.
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