They shoot horses don’t they? No, they don’t

Essay by Sharon O’toole

Environment – June 2007 – Colorado Central Magazine

IMAGINE A PROPOSAL to scatter millions of pounds of poisoned meat around the United States, close to human populations. Much of it would be accessible to scavengers including eagles, hawks, coyotes, foxes and badgers, as well as to dogs and cats. An animal feeding on the poisoned meat would probably die.

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