Goosebuster drone ensures a no-poop zone
Geese in Ottawa, you have been warned.
Should you land at the beach this summer in Canada’s capital, be prepared to be chased away by a remote-controlled helicopter with flashing lights and blasting the menacing howl of a gray wolf.
Such scare tactics might seem a tad drastic, but these wandering waterfowl are a real pest when they return to the Ottawa River during the summer season.
Not only are they aggressive and territorial, they also leave behind poisonous poop, which can lead to health problems in humans, reported Modern Farmer.
This is where the GooseBuster, a modified aerial photography drone, comes in.
On rainy days, the GooseBuster's counterpart, a remote-controlled one-fifth scale monster truck, takes over scare duties.
Source: Modern Farmer