Lead and the Effects on Wildlife

Raptor Education Group Inc treats dozens of lead poisoned bald eagles annually

While special interest groups continue to deflect the issue of lead poisoning in wildlife by claiming environmentalists are pursuing "anti-hunting" agendas, the real victim of the debate continues to be the wildlife.  Every year, Raptor Education Group Inc treats dozens of bald eagles and other raptors, as well as loons, for the deadly effects of lead poisoning.  Left untreated, these birds are left to a slow, painful and certain death.  What's worse is these poisonings are completely preventable.  Listen to this very informative interview by following the link below and then please share what you've learned with friends and relatives.  Together we can make a difference.

"Preventing Lead Poisoning In Wildlife" 
Originally aired on Monday, March 16th, 2015
The Joy Cardin Show - Wisconsin Public Radio