TRACKERS—Activist Julie Newsome offers advice as children learn to cast animal tracks in a local wildlife area. Newsome, who lives in Westlake Village, volunteers with the Santa Monica Mountains Fund.
Many people use anticoagulant poisons to kill rodents and other unwanted creatures that come into their yards or homes in search of food and shelter.
But they shouldn’t be so quick to act, says Julie Newsome, a Westlake Village resident, wildlife advocate and volunteer with the Santa Monica M...
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