The Crows learned to shoot down the aircraft used to deliver packages in Australia.
Mexico City (apro). -A drone attack in an Australian town by crows or other birds caused Alphabet Inc. to suspend Wing’s air service.
A Canberra Times article entitled: “They think it is the Terminator. Angry Birds fired down the delivered drone.” refers to the phenomenon where small aircraft were attacked in Harrison.
Google The alphabet spokesperson said, “We discovered some crows showing territorial behavior in a small area of the delivery region in the suburbs Harrison”
The spokesperson said that service would be temporarily suspended for Harrison’s few customers during this time.
Reports claim that crows are becoming more aggressive towards drones crossing Canberra. This is because certain birds, especially during nesting season, will attack moving objects and show their territorial behavior.
According to the spokesperson, “Direct contact with birds is very rare among the many thousands of items that we delivered to Australian households in this year’s delivery.”
The drone will not fly safely if birds come into direct contact.
He added that “We have and will continue listening to the advice from independent environmental consultants, ornithological expert to ensure that any potential impacts on birds are minimal.”
Ben Roberts, an eyewitness, documented the attacks and assured the Canberra Times they were being improved by some birds every day.
Roberts said that “it’s only a matter time before they win somebody.”
Roberts stated, “On the first day, feathers were flying. But on the third, the two crows learned how to avoid drone blades.”
Roberts said that he even saw paint stains in the air. This could indicate that an Australian crow had hit the drone.
It is hard to tell what the birds are doing with this drone. It looks strange and could pose a threat on your territory. Roberts stated that they think it’s a Terminator, or something similar.
Since being restricted by the covid-19 pandemic, Roberts has committed to ordering wing Drink coffee at home and transport it to his house in Harrison by drone. These birds don’t like coffee, so they may not have prevented childbirth.
According to their perspective, the attacks may be related spring bird nesting season.
Wayne Condon, chief pilot of UAV Training Australia (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle), said that drone operators should avoid bird nesting places. He suggested that drone operators should not allow birds to attack them.