Park users are reportedly strapping tarps and bungee cords to their vehicles to stop them being so appealing to the birds.
The vultures are in the habit of ripping off windshield wipers, sunroof seals, and other rubber and vinyl vehicle parts.
The visitors are even being given "anti-vulture kits" to protect their cars.
Park wildlife biologist Skip Snow told the Miami Herald that the birds are just migrating as normal.
However, experts are unsure why the birds are picking on the parked cars and trucks.
The workers have been trying to scare them away but nothing has worked so far.
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