Drunk birds are terrorizing people in Minnesota

Drunk birds are terrorizing people in Minnesota

Drunk birds are terrorizing people in Minnesota

Apparently, the birds have been eating berries that have fermented much earlier than usual - thanks a lot, early frost! - and since many have not migrated south yet, they're flying around the town, or more accurately, flying into windows, cars and yes, generally speaking "acting confused", the department said. Berry fermentation is the answer.

"Generally, younger birds' livers can not handle the toxins as effectively as more mature birds", the police department writes.

Residents of Gilbert, Minnesota, have been phoning police about birds who seem to be intoxicated.

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Writing under a Facebook post about the problem, one resident said: 'I was going to say something. but I thought I was insane!

A third resident claimed to have found three dead birds on her deck, while another was forced to brake hard when a bird flew into her auto windshield. "They have actually fallen out of trees on occasion".

The "public notice" even goes the extra mile by adding a humorous list of sightings that the public should be on the lookout for, including "Woodstock pushing Snoopy off the doghouse for no apparent reason", and "Any birds after midnight with Taco Bell items".

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"There is no need to call law enforcement about these birds as they should sober up within a short period of time".

Similar finds were made in 2011 in Cumbria, England, after the bodies of 12 common blackbirds appeared near a primary school. If the bird doesn't recover within a few hours, the society says, call a local wildlife rehabilitation center.

As Dodder told The Post, "Sometimes, they just need a bit of time in a quiet setting to recover".

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