Because Disneyland is a beautiful environment it's easy to forget that it is entirely man-made. Lakes, mountains, hills and trees were all placed very deliberately in their spots.
But nature has encroached!
I suspect that the ducks in the moat were brought in by the management. I even think that the little cute bunnies that can be seen hopping around may have been introduced via a carry-case. But one creature that lives and trives in DLP and has clearly made its own way in and seems to be seen as a pest, is the humble sparrow.
Mr Sparrow finds DLP most attractive with the large amounts of food that is consumed (and dropped) there and they add a nice 'Snow White forest' touch to the park Yet the CMs seem to wish to get rid of them. Is this because of the damage they may cause? The disease they may spread? The 'poops' they may drop?