wildlife deaths

State approves Malibu’s pesticide ban

“A staff report to the commission notes that 16 commercial vineyards would fall within the ban.”  State approves Malibu’s pesticide ban Balanced Reporting. Trusted Insights.Sunday, May 16, 2021 CLICK ON LINK FOR FULL STORY KEYWORDS  ANTICOAGULANT PROHIBITIONS   CALIFORNIA COASTAL COMMISSION   PESTICIDE BAN RODENTICIDES KILLING MOUNTAIN LIONS   SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ORGANIC MANDATES The city of Malibu has banned the use of all pesticides , […]

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USDA Sued Over Program Allowing ‘Horrific’ Mass Slaughter of Native Wildlife

Barbaric: “Wildlife Services uses fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters to aerially shoot coyotes; body-gripping traps, neck snares and leg-hold traps to kill mountain lions, black bears, bobcats, badgers, coyotes, skunks, and swift and gray foxes; gas cartridges and poisons to exterminate coyotes, foxes, and prairie dogs in their dens; sodium cyanide M-44 devices to kill canines

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Rodenticides are wreaking havoc on Marin’s wildlife

“According to the Center for Biological Diversity and WildCare’s extensive data on the subject, more than 76% of wildlife tested in California in recent years has been exposed to dangerous rodenticides, including more than 25 species. Even worse, the animals that are getting secondary poison are the same animals that help keep the population of

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Malibu wants to ban all pesticides. The state of California says that’s against the law

  Sonoma County, time to write this into the draft local Coastal Plan now……and get them out of the “sustainable” vinyards while you are at it…. “But Malibu officials say their ban skirts that law in a bureaucratic pas de deux with the Coastal Commission, a state agency not subject to preemption. The commission is

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