Henrietta, N.Y.- There are three prime parking spaces in the 13WHAM parking lot where no one will venture and a very pesky bird is to blame.
"It started happening about two weeks ago, I took what I thought was a good spot," says 13WHAM News morning anchor Norma Holland.
The problem is being caused by an extremely loud, sometimes tormenting red winged black bird that calls the swamps behind 13WHAM's Henrietta studios home.
"I felt victimized by this bird, I've never felt like that before," Norma added.
The primary targets of the nesting red winged bird are typically side view mirrors and the noises he makes to scare of other males isn't the worst part.
"It was a huge mess, I mean it was like this thing unleashed itself onto my car and it was big white chalky mess!" says Norma.
"He's using (the mirrors) as a singing post to say 'this is my territory,'" says June Summers, President of the Genesee Audubon Society.
June says it's mating season for the species and the male is highly protective of his females and nest.
"When he sees himself in the mirror he thinks it's another male red winged black bird, so he will fight with the other red winged black bird in the mirror," she added.
Summers predicts the bird will likely be around until the end of June.