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November 19, 2008

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Nettie

Please also point out the generic other risks of any "pest" poison. I volunteer at a wildlife rehab place and often we get cases of secondary poisoning: a hawk / coyote or other predator animal ate a poisoned mouse or rat. Beside the fact that the mouse die a horrible, drawn-out death - they still can contain enough poison to kill a much larger animal. It was sad to watch the wonderful hawk dying.
Please don't use poison - instead use humane ways of pest control *aka humane wildlife solutions. for more details re:
http://www.wildcarebayarea.org/site/PageServer?pagename=AnimalAid_LivingWildLife
Thanks,
Nettie

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