FLYING OBJECTS: A young man from Santa Rosa practiced his drone flying skills at Elephant Rocks in Dillon Beach this past February.   David Briggs

A group of residents disturbed by the growing use of drones has called for West Marin to become a “no drone zone,” after incidents involving the unmanned aircrafts have disrupted privacy and wildlife. The call for a ban arrives as some real estate companies begin to rely more on aerial photographs from drones to advertise properties for sale.

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