[CT Birds] Article: A Gunshot Wound Couldn't Break This Snowy Owl's Spirit
kevindoyle01 at charter.net
Wed Feb 17 22:28:44 EST 2016
I guess it takes all kinds. I truly don't get that but we live in a terribly messed up world. To purposely trap and kill an innocent bird lock the prick up and throw away the keys.
As for the snowy if she was shot by a cop at the airport and then left to die he's just as bad as the hawk killer.
There has to be a better to handle the snowy owls if they are posing problems. Putting a bullet in them isn't the right way.
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On Feb 17, 2016, 8:22 PM, at 8:22 PM, James Hunter <hunterj at wiltonps.org> wrote:
>Kevin and all,
>Speaking of birds of prey being shot here was one I found on WTNH.com
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>> A Gunshot Wound Couldn't Break This Snowy Owl's Spirit
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