Here is a piece of news for bird lovers.
Scientists have painted a long road red, yellow, and white.
They hope to discourage the seabirds from wandering onto the hightway.
"The area is home to large crowds of birds that come to stay for the season.
Young birds are often attracted to the warm road surface and get killed by the traffic, " biology student Hannah tells the broadcaster.
The youngsters' feathers are brown in color.
The dark-colored road surface makes the youngsters hard to be noticed.
As the number of tourists has grown, so has the amount of traffic on the roads.
Biologist Kristin says the plan is to see how the birds respond to the multi-colored road this summer.
And if it works, the idea could spread to other parts of the country.