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Council launches magpie warning map Council launches magpie warning map

This is our brand new Magpie Map, a new tool we are using to minimise the risk of Magpie attacks in the region. This map is aimed at helping residents to avoid the nesting areas of swooping Magpies - Clicking on the red pins will provide more details about each incident.

To view the map in full screen click on the rectangle icon in the top left corner. Full information about magpies in the region, and submitting a location for the map can be found on our Magpies page.

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