Pelicans seem to develop more of an appetite during this journey than other birds. And that, in turn, is a tremendous burden on local fish farmers, given that an estimated 400,000 pelicans stop in Israel each year.
The Israel Ministry of Agriculture has come up with what it feels is a pragmatic solution to the problem. Visiting pelicans are now fed at two food depots, one in the north and another in the south. Three times a week, the...
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