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Beyond Pollution

By Rebecca Penty

Here’s one aspect of Canada’s energy boom that isn’t being thwarted by the oil market crash: the wolf cull.

The expansion of oil-sands mines and drilling pads has brought the caribou pictured on Canada’s 25-cent coin to the brink of extinction in Alberta and British Columbia. 965 more words


Plan to kill beavers faces growing opposition in Fargo

A fight is brewing in Fargo as animal rights campaigners try to stop a planned beaver cull in city parks.

The Fargo Forum refers to a “growing chorus” of people who want Fargo’s Park Board to reconsider its plan to trap and kill beavers that have been destroying mature trees in Lemke and Trefoil parks. 252 more words



“Zimbabwe has recently reaffirmed its pledge to export more young elephants to foreign buyers, and added that ‘culling’– mass slaughter — is another option under consideration.” ( 50 more words

Risk Management

Bird-flu gone afoul;
Local poultry quarantined—
Glad I’m a vegan.


N.B. While I am grateful to be vegan, I am greatly saddened by the lives of these animals raised for food, and this crisis which has already necessitated the death of thousands.

Everyday Poems

Cull the herd early and often.

“You don’t see sick animals in the wild.  You don’t see lame animals in the wild, and it’s all because of the predator:  the lion, the tiger, the leopard, all the cats.” 307 more words



Original article posted on The Lifestyler.

What it means for a shark to be an ‘imminent threat.’ 

A few months ago resident marine scientist and writer Jessica Hammond shared her opinions on the Western Australian shark cull. 1,010 more words