Saturday, January 22, 2011

Solve habitat overlap by killing wild animals: USDA Poisons Birds

"The U.S. Department of Agriculture has publicly admitted it is responsible for the mass poisoning of tens of millions of birds over the last several years.
It's all part of the USDA's program called "Bye Bye Blackbird," and we even have the USDA's spreadsheet where they document how many millions of birds (and other animals) they've poisoned to death."-NN

While this does not explain the mass die off in Arkansas and Texas however, it seems a strange practice- that the response to Human and Wild species habitat overlap is death. Since the zoning and land regulation helped create the problem by not allowing the birds enough space to exist on their own, this seems to be a harsh response, solve problems by killing wildlife.

This is not a hoax. It's a sick story of government use of taxpayer funds to kill the wildlife:

Here I document the number of animals the USDA is actually killing, based on their own reports:

There's even a video that explains the USDA's involvement in a recent mass bird die-off near the border of Nebraska:

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