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The city’s crow hazing efforts will continue tonight when wildlife biologists from Loomacres Wildlife Management, Warnerville, plan to chase the roost out of Watertown.

So far this season, they have been successful in disrupting the 30,000 crows that have lived in the city, but some still return nightly, city officials said.

The biologists will use the same hazing methods they have during four other nights this season. They will be out from dusk to dawn throughout the city.

Residents are encouraged to continue to provide the location, estimated size and dates and times of crow flock sightings.

The toll-free phone number to report crow activities in the city of Watertown is 800-243-1462. To report crow activities online, go to www.airportwildlife.com/crows.php.

For further information or questions, call the city manager’s office at 785-7730.

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