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UPDATE: U.S. Officials Poisoning Wildlife in Guam!

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Despite a public outcry, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Wildlife Services division has reportedly dropped 2,000 dead mice laced with poison in Guam in an attempt to kill brown tree snakes. Death by poisoning is prolonged and agonizing, particularly for reptiles because of their extremely slow metabolism. This approach is also indiscriminate, posing a definitive danger to birds and aquatic life. This is apparently the fourth drop to occur in Guam—please help make it the last!

Using the form below, please politely urge Wildlife Services officials to stop poisoning wildlife in Guam. Ask that they stick with nonlethal methods if wildlife control is insisted upon. And please forward this message widely!

 

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