Robotic fox chasing geese off Kamloops sports turf
Buster the robotic fox is doing his job in Kamloops, chasing away geese to keep damage to a minimum on sports fields.
A robotic fox has been busy this spring in Kamloops, B.C., chasing flocks of geese from the city's prized sports fields. Geese populations have increased significantly over the past decade, damaging the fields. "We’ve got high standards for our sports fields and you have goose crap everywhere," parks supervisor Shawn Cook said.
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