It struck me today -- while walking through a strip mall parking lot and seeing a bunch of pigeons -- that I don't recall seeing pigeons, or crows, for that matter, at the Park. It seems there are always those little sparrows and such, but not the big birds. That got me to wondering how Disney keeps the large, more "predatory" beasts out and attracts only the smaller, cuter, feathered friends (who may have been cast for a "Snow White frolics with the woodland creatures" scene). Perhaps it's an issue of cleanliness (I associate the bigger birds with more gritty urban areas, foraging for scraps, etc), or perhaps there is something to repel the "undesirables"? No offense to pigeons and crows -- although pigeons often "deface" structures; crows aren't so much messy as they are a more menacing presence (all that cawing!).