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Photo Credits: National Park Service and Poison Free Malibu

Rat Poison kills more than rats.

We provide education and outreach to members of our community regarding the danger rat poison poses to people, pets, and our urban wildlife. 


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Rat Poison and the food chain

  

Rat poisons work their way up the food chain with devastating effects. Poisoned Rats do not die in bait boxes. The rodents are consumed by predators such as raptors, snakes, coyotes, and bobcats. The mountain lions at the top of the food chain feed on smaller predators that have eaten the poison.


More Information: 


Beyond Pesticides News Blog - Learn about the recent win in Malibu, CA!


 https://beyondpesticides.org/dailynewsblog/index.php?s=Rat+POisons 


10/8/2019 LA Times article on P-30 and P-53 (Pumas)


 https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2019-10-08/two-mountain-lions-found-dead-in-santa-monica-mountains-had-rat-poison-in-bloodstream 



 

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Read the Scientific American has an article on rat poisons and how they endanger 10,000 children every year in the USA. Here is the link: