Wild Life Extermination
Wild Life Extermination by William T. Hornaday is a thriller novel that will keep you turning pages until the end. It is written by an experienced wildlife exterminator and has a gripping plotline. If you love the outdoors, this book will be perfect for you. The book is a must-read for anyone who is interested in animals and their habitats. The Good Press publishes a variety of genres and titles and you can find plenty of them at your local bookstore or library.
In New Zealand, the Wildlife Services division oversees animal conflicts that threaten crops, livestock, and property. Thousands of gees were killed in 2011 in a $126.5 million program subsidized by American taxpayers. This story received coverage in 10 news outlets and is the latest in a three-part series on the controversial practice. This article also explores the ethical implications of such a policy. This is a controversial issue, and the public is not likely to be happy about it.