Randi Feilich bangs her pots and pans, pops open an umbrella, throws rocks and screams into the wild.
U.S. Rep. Susan Davis, D-San Diego, Thursday introduced legislation in Congress that would require Wildlife Services, an obscure arm of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, to disclose far more about the millions of animals it kills across the country than it does today.
Carson city officials called an emergency meeting to deal with the city’s coyote problem. Coyotes have been roaming neighborhoods, and residents are terrified.
One after another, residents of the quiet college town of Davis stood before the City Council, expressing outrage over the recent killing of five coyotes – four of them pups – by a little-known branch of the U.S. Department of Agriculture called Wildlife Services.
The Sierra Club national board of directors on May 19, 2012 adopted a new “Policy on Trapping of Wildlife” which may be the 110-year-old organization’s strongest statement yet against any form of hunting.