Not necessarily... One incident in 2017 and another in 2019 hardly mean there was a on going problem. For all we know, the incident of her being struck was the first report of any problem alerting them of a potential nest.There was a thread recently that reported Disney had parts of Adventureland blocked off because of aggressive birds. That shows Disney was aware of a problem. The question will be whether they did enough to mitigate the risk.
All that shows is that the parks are in fact built outside on earth.There was a thread recently that reported Disney had parts of Adventureland blocked off because of aggressive birds. That shows Disney was aware of a problem. The question will be whether they did enough to mitigate the risk.
It was at Busch Gardens Williamsburg on Apollo's Chariot. From what I've read, it was a goose which flew by the coaster and was hit by the train and then deflected up and hit him. If it had been full speed and made direct contact with his head it likely would have killed him but the coaster took the brunt of the impact.
You can’t absolve yourself from negligence, and that is what the plaintiff here has to proveComing soon - release waivers to be signed before you can enter a Disney Park.
I'm thinking along the lines of the ones you sign before having surgery listing everything that could go wrong up to and including death.
By entering DisneyWorld you hereby acknowledge that the following could happen to you:
Maiming by stroller or ECV strike, stomach distending from cupcakes, rotisserie type overheating in a Gondola, eye poked out by Star Wars fantatic with a lightsaber, etc, etc, etc any of which could result your untimely death.
Or just hand them out at the gate to those individuals so that they can just wear them and CMs can gladly say...
opening pomp for apollo's chariot at bgw
thank goodness they both walked off...
I usually agree but when the aggressive birds start pecking on my shoes and landing on my child, they get the popcorn they want.This is why I always want to punch people who think it's fun to feed the wildlife while they're at Disney. It alters the animals' behavior - see dive-bombing birds, birds/squirrels stealing food, etc. etc.