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Canadian National Park is No-Drone Zone for Wildlife Protection

By Staff Writer | September 8, 2016
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As many bird species begin their annual migrations out of Elk Island National Park for the winter, Parks Canada wants to remind people that drones are not allowed there. The remote-controlled flying vehicles are exploding in popularity, and while on-board cameras can capture incredible footage, drones can also cause problems with wildlife.

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