RE: Impact of rat poison on barn owls

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Subject: RE: Impact of rat poison on barn owls
From: Debbie Lustig <>
Date: Wed, 15 Dec 2010 15:38:21 +1100
In Israel, they've gone about this very practically. In agricultural fields 
where rodents predominate, they erected nesting boxes for both barn owls and 
kestrels. These encouraged their inhabitants to breed and thus provide food for 
their young. Rat and mouse populations plummeted.
Maybe the Canadians should be told.                                     
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