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Resource ID: #9576
Subject: Animals
Source: Sierra Magazine


Sierra Magazine reports on the Federal Animal Damage Control program, an agency within the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and how it killed 2.2 million wild animals in 1992; the majority of those animals were birds, but a large minority of them were coyotes, foxes, mountain lions, and wolves; reveals how ADC hunters often violate federal and state laws by killing endangered animals for sport, such as the Bald Eagle, November/December 1993. # Schueler Sierra Club

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