Sioux City council adopts animal feeding ban
SIOUX CITY (AP) — Feeding deer and wild turkeys in Sioux City will be illegal starting this weekend.
The city council gave final approval Monday to a ban on feeding the animals, a move aimed at reducing traffic accidents and damage to plants caused by wild animals, the Sioux City Journal reported. The ordinance takes effect Saturday.
Residents still will be able to feed birds and squirrels and plant flowers and trees that provide food for turkeys and deer. But those caught feeding turkeys and deer will be cited with a municipal infraction that carries a $65 fine or be charged with a simple misdemeanor carrying a fine of up to $100 on a conviction.
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