Since the early 90s, residents have been invaded by a flock of brightly colored parrots that build nests the size of refrigerators on poles around the city.
Its believed that the parrots are descendants of two birds that were set free by unknown locals more than a decade ago. Now theyve rampantly populated the area.
According to city manager Donna Anderson, the feathery friends are welcome to stay since they attract birdwatching tourists to Everman.
However, their nests tend to cause minor explosions with power lines, which puts a sizable hole in the citys wallet and leaves everyones cars covered in feces.
Anderson is considering ways to exploit the local attraction to offset the costs of cleaning bird poop off police cars and street signs.
Shes looking to neighboring towns with similar animal control issues for ideas.
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