PROTECTING WILDLIFE

City curtailing the use of anticoagulants

A growing number of communities, including Calabasas, are trying to reduce the use of anticoagulants that threaten wildlife.
The Calabasas Environmental Commission is proposing a resolution to discourage the sale and purchase of anticoagulant rodenticides, which are used to kill rats. The rodenticides are also detrimental to wildlife such as hawks and bobcats because the food they prey upon has become contaminated, a report said.
The resolution urges businesses in Calabasas to no longer use or ...

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