Tick-eating birds on Long Island

One by one, 28 northern bobwhite quail were released into the wild in Port Washington, Long Island. Within minutes, the 9-week-old birds started searching for bugs. The project is part of a pilot program designed by Ranger Eric Powers, a wildlife educator, to help combat ticks. Quails are known to eat the potentially deadly insect.

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