[CT Birds] NY Airports killing Snowys :(

Keith Mueller kmueller at ntplx.net
Mon Dec 9 13:38:24 EST 2013


To CTBirds- Aren't there any wildlife organizations concerned about this that can be contacted instead of using a party-faithful radical political blog? 
K Mueller

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> On Dec 9, 2013, at 1:01 PM, James Dugan <jim at worldpeace.org> wrote:
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> There is a MoveOn.org petition regarding the Oregon Eagle killing.
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> http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/stop-plan-to-allow-killing
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> Jim Dugan
> Manager
> The World Peace Sanctuary
> 26 Benton Road
> Wassaic, NY 12592
> 845.877.6093 x212
> Fax 845.877.6862
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>> On Dec 9, 2013, at 12:10 PM, kmueller at ntplx.net wrote:
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>> Really outrageous....Snowy Owls, Eagles, what next!? I am not sure why there isn't more public outrage....there seems to be a nauseating amount of public outcry from all the northeastern states Listservs when a photographer (supposedly) walks a few centimeters too close to a Snowy Owl! But nothing when Bald and Golden Eagles are now going to be permitted (with 30 year permits) to be slaughtered in the name of windfarms! It took so many years to bring the Eagles back, for what? Logan used to use trained Falconers with Golden Eagles to drive the Snowy Owls off the airport....not sure if they still do, but shooting them??
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>> Keith Mueller
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>> Quoting Donna Caporaso <donnacap at aol.com>:
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>>> They can't just chase them away or watch them?
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>>> Very sad.
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>>> http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/snowy-owls-added-port-authority-kill-list-article-1.1541823
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>>> Donna Caporaso
>>> Stratford, CT
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