2 California homes invaded by hundreds of birds down their chimneys: 报告

Hundreds of birds have invaded not one, but two chimneys in California within just a few days of each other, 根据最近的报道.

多于 800 birds entered a in Torrance, 加利福尼亚州, through the chimney last Wednesday evening, KTLA 已报告. According to the homeowner, the birds stayed in the house for several days and flew all over the house.

It’s so hard to explain,” the homeowner, who goes by Kerri, told KTLA. “If you don’t see it with your own eyes, you’d never believe it.

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Just a few days later, and just a few hours north of Torrance, another family had similar visitors.

在周日晚上, the Montecito Fire Department got a call about 1,000 birds that had gotten stuck in the chimney of a home.

The fire department posted a video of the birds, which were kept inside the fireplace by the grate, 在社交媒体上.

关于 1,000 small birds got themselves stuck inside the chimney of a Montecito, 加利福尼亚州, home earlier this week.

关于 1,000 small birds got themselves stuck inside the chimney of a Montecito, 加利福尼亚州, home earlier this week. (Courtesy Montecito Fire Department)

Firefighters and County Animal Services made the determination to try to allow the birds to fly up and out of the flue on their own overnight,” 一个 新闻稿 from the Montecito Fire Department said.

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然而, when officials returned to the house the next day, the birds were still there.

After the birds were safely removed, the County Animal Services determined the birds were swifts.

After the birds were safely removed, the County Animal Services determined the birds were swifts. (Courtesy Montecito Fire Department)

They were still trapped at the base of the fireplace,” 消防部门说. “Our partners at Animal County Services worked diligently throughout the day to design a chute system to funnel the birds out of the fireplace and release them through the home’s back doors.

According to the fire department, the County Animal Services determined the birds at the Montecito house were swifts.

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