Recent Examples of rodenticide from the Web
Land use changes in the eastern United States and the prevalence of rodenticide to kill mice and rats have decimated its populations.
That quest kills many: the low-swooping birds get hit by vehicles, attacked by other raptors such as eagles, or poisoned by eating prey that has been exposed to rodenticides.
Human foods and medications look like treats to pets as do fertilizers and rodenticides.
Mountain lions have also gotten killed by cars and from eating rodenticide, or rat poison.
Wood, a Democrat from Healdsburg, said illegal pot growing operations often use banned rodenticides to keep animals away, but that also kill pacific fishers, deer and other smaller animals.
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