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originally posted by: Tacet
My knee jerk reaction was outrage, but after thinking about it for a bit, culling isn't anything new. Sometimes dropping the population actually is the right course of action, albeit unpleasant.
A Case History of Wolf-Human Encounters in Alaska and Canada , by Mark McNay, documents 80 cases of wolf-human interactions (aggressive and nonaggressive) that have occurred in the past 60 years: 36 in Alaska, 41 in Canada and 3 in Minnesota. Of the 80 cases described, none was fatal, and only 25 involved unprovoked aggression by healthy wolves (of these 25 cases, only 13 involved injury to humans). The other 55 cases consisted of interactions where wolves acted in self-defense (14), were known or suspected to have rabies (12) or showed interest but no aggression (29).
originally posted by: nighthawk1954
This is very disturbing....this country is truly going down the tube.
Remember, these are mass killings funded with your tax dollars. The kicker is, that the government is, in fact, responsible for many of the other mysterious animal deaths that have been reported across the country.
Yes, many people had already heard that the bird killings were the handy-work of the USDA, but that’s not all they’ve been killing off. The federal government thinks nothing of murdering million living, breathing animals, showing their total lack of respect for wildlif
I'm sorry but the reasons they give for their actions don't hold water.
originally posted by: Thecakeisalie
Are any of these species considered pests? That could make a huge difference. There are many species that are could be classified as pests depending on the region, and pests + profitable crops = culling.
What I want to know is where they distributed said poisons and how they distributed it. You wouldn't gas your neighbors house for rodents without them knowing, there could be potential health risks in areas that have had mass cullings, not to mention the effects it could have on native wildlife that may have scavenged on these carcasses, or the crops themselves.
Either way it's irresponsible, I've had to work with pesticides and any chemical that's initialed and numerated is not good news. DRC could stand for Dexiribonucleiccyanide for all you know, but in any language it's chemical death.
originally posted by: SlyGuy
Did anyone choose to read the source? The website sourced claims ONE source. The released document has no USDA cover page, no government authorship, and is linked to natural news. Yet here come the believers, OMG BAD GOVERNMENT!! Sheep.