In keeping with her recent round of Pigeon-Oriented Questions, Beckiepainton from the U.K. sent me a question: "Have they got pigeons in Disneyland? ... I gotta ask." A Little Birdie told me that the Magic Kingdom maintains a closed door -- and window -- policy when it come to pigeons. A sign prominently displayed on the window of my hotel room at the Disneyland Resort reads: "The birds here are very friendly! They will fly in and visit if your window is left open. To prevent this, please keep your window closed." I think this smacks of discrimination. Everywhere you turn here at Disneyland, there are animals of every kind ... but there's not a pigeon in sight. Why should Disney draw the line with birds? I took my complaint right to the top.
Just one look at the Head Groundskeeper told me everything I needed to know. Disneyland may be free of pigeons, but it's infested with rodents ...!