Dead galahs collateral damage in fight against mouse plague

galahs mouse plague nsw

An investigation by the NSW Environment Protection Authority has confirmed numerous bird deaths in western NSW were caused by the consumption of mouse bait. The finding follows reports of native birds suspected to have been poisoned in the state’s central-west.

Source: Dead galahs collateral damage in fight against mouse plague

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