Channels
× Select City
×
×
×
News

Surrey city council votes to remove pesky peacocks from neighbourhood

4dd0e852301e879ba5ea9b17866c778b?s=96&d=mm&r=g
Simran Singh Jun 27, 2018 10:59 am 2,423

Surrey City Council has approved the removal of wild peacocks that have been causing havoc in the city’s Sullivan Heights neighbourhood.

In a city council meeting on July 25, council members unanimously passed a motion that to gradually remove the peacocks and peahens from the neighbourhood. The birds will be transferred the Surrey Animal Resource Centre.

According to the Sullivan Heights Peafowl Relocation Action Plan, eggs will also be removed from public and private property.

Humane traps will be provided to homeowners upon request. Once the birds are captured on a residence, bylaw officers will remove them immediately.

A certified biologist will also be overlooking the removal process to ensure it is safe and humane for the birds.

According to Surrey Public Safety manager, Jas Rehal, there are about 150 peacocks in the neighbourhood.

See also

4dd0e852301e879ba5ea9b17866c778b?s=96&d=mm&r=g
Simran Singh
Simran is a Staff Writer at Daily Hive. She enjoys writing about culture, society, and politics. In her spare time, she drinks too much coffee and listens to a lot of Beyoncé. Have a story idea? Email her: [email protected]

© 2018 Buzz Connected Media Inc.