New York State Plans To Cull Or Capture All Mute Swans By 2025 New York State Plans To Cull Or Capture All Mute Swans By 2025 - 27 East

New York State Plans To Cull Or Capture All Mute Swans By 2025

authorErica Thompson on Jan 21, 2014
The State Department of Environmental Conservation is calling for a culling to eliminate all mute swans on Long Island by 2025, according to a species management draft the department issued... more

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