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San Francisco, California / Seagulls #1124647

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 18, 2014
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(Studio: Sharyn Alfonsi) Report introduced.

(San Jose: Bill Whitaker) The exploding seagull population at San Francisco Bay featured; American Airlines cockpit recording played; figures on plane-bird collisions and costs for deterring them from the garbage dump cited; scenes shown of birds scavenging for food at AT&T Park; details given about measures to frighten them away. [San Francisco Bay Bird Observatory Catherine BURNS††- says the flock is still growing.] [Newby Island Resource Recovery Park general manager Rick KING††- says the seagulls are smart and well-organized.]

Reporter(s):
Alfonsi, Sharyn;
Whitaker, Bill
Duration:
00:02:00

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