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Fake coyote decoys fend off bird pollution in Orange County




Image of a coyote decoy.
Image of a coyote decoy.
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Visitors to the Poche pond on the Orange County coast could see a couple of coyotes on the beach. But don't fear, they're actually fake.

These faux coyotes have been placed there by Orange County park officials to try to fend off the hordes of seagulls which gather there and pollute the water with their droppings. Orange County park ranger Kevin Estrada joins host Alex Cohen to explain.