Camera-toting drones banned from two U.S. national parks
By Mary Papenfuss
Reuters - Two U.S. national parks have banned remote-controlled miniature aircraft from their airspace, saying the camera-toting drones can frighten wildlife and even disturb the nesting habits of birds.
Zion National Park in Utah warned visitors on Monday not to bring drones, saying that the miniature aircraft have buzzed through canyons, scattered a herd of bighorn sheep and noisily zipped along walking trails disturbing hikers.
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