Keeping the brush low prevents birds and other wildlife from nesting on the airfield. Such wildlife could present a serious hazard to airplanes as they take off and land at O’Hare.
The city of Chicago is set to employ a herd of goats to clear vegetation at O’Hare International Airport.
Yes, these are real goats.
Garfield Park Conservatory is the part-time home this spring and summer for six goats whose job it is to keep the place well mowed.
The overwhelming smell of rotting flesh tipped off construction workers that someone had dumped at least seven decapitated goats at an Indiana creek — again.