United States; Birds living in the prison cost the administration 3 3,000
Angola: A bird migration from a prison in the United States has cost the family about ً 3,000.
The administration will spend about 000 3,000 to clean up the stench of migratory bird families from the historic Steuben County Jail in the northeastern Indian city of Angola.
The Steven County commissioner has approved funding for a historic prison aerator.
Brett Hayes, director of community correction, told the commissioner that a female Starling entered the building from the upper floor and settled in the ductwork, where she laid many eggs.
Hayes added that she came from the south and headed north. “Bird droppings are everywhere, not just in airplanes,” he said.
The former prison will not only clean the air vents but also disinfect the air quality problems.
The commissioner will review the claims filed and some of the cost will be borne by the insurance company.
Built in 1877, the former prison is considered one of America’s historic sites.