More Owls Die From Rat Poison In BC's Lower Mainland...

There have been more owls showing up dead in the lower mainland this time Great Horned Owls and Northern Saw-whet Owls that are testing positive for rodenticide. This time the deaths publicized are in Coquitlam. They used one of my photos for it.

It feels like we keep pounding our heads against a brick wall but eventually things will change. Let's not give up, keep writing your MLA's and MP's.

You can read the article HERE

On a happy note birds and wildlife should get some reprieve from drone fliers. Starting June 1st they will need federally issued licenses and have to attend a safety training course. Read about that HERE.

Let's try to save these Great-Horned Owls from a painful death by rat poison - Photo: Melissa Hafting

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