USDA killed 1.3 million non-invasive animals
Beeps By | Jul 21 2018

According to data report released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Wild Life Services Branch, 1,320,075 “non-invasive” animals were killed by the government in 2017. These animals included beavers, mourning doves, red-crested cardinals, red foxes, bobcats, gray bulls, great egrets, mountain lions and great horned owls, were killed.

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