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Cat Predation on Wildlife, “Managed” Cat Colonies, and Better Solutions by American Bird Conservancy www.abcbirds.org
Cat-injured Western Scrub Jay
Only 1/3 of America’s pet cats stay indoors all of the time.
Feral cats lead short, brutal lives
Cat with Barn Swallow
Cat with Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
Cat with Yellow-Rumped Warbler
Florida Scrub Jay
Male California Quail in Golden Gate Park, California
Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California
Concerns About “Managed” Cat Colonies or Trap/Neuter/Release
Ear-tipped cat in Crandon Marina, Florida
Dead Cat in Strybing Arboretum, Golden Gate Park, California
Cat colony in Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Designated Least Tern Nesting Site, Crandon Marina, Florida
Cats fed in A.D. Barnes Park, Florida
Raccoon and cat at feeding station in Lincoln Park, CA,
Raccoon at feeding station with three juveniles, Santa Rosa, California
Ear-tipped Cat in A.D. Barnes Park, Florida
Food is spread on the sidewalk in Crandon Marina, Florida
Dog eating cat food, A.D. Barnes Park, Florida, by Dan Castillo
Cat food on plastic, Hayward Park, California
Cat leaving feeding station for marsh, Hayward Park, CA
Recommendations Support the humane removal of stray and feral cats from wildlife habitat Conduct a Cats Indoors! citizen education campaign Work for local cat ordinances
Stray Cat Sanctuary, Rikki’s Refuge, Virginia
Ron Barklow Dan Castillo Dr. Gil Ewing Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission Dr. Cole Hawkins Susan Heckley Marge Gibson Alan Hopkins Chan Robbins Linda Winter ABC is grateful to the following people for the use of their photos :
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1 Wildlife Management by Larry Stine Estherville Lincoln Central High School.
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Introductory sample, selected by Ed Pandolfino Pictures and sound extracted from Internet by Herb Lindberg Birds at Bridgep ort.
Special Animals of the California Central Valley.
The full range of physical and biological conditions in which an organism lives and the way in which they use those conditions. Niche.
Bird Adaptations Beaks and Feet. Birds have different kinds of beaks because they eat different things Which has the best for catching and eating bugs?
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A plant or animal species small in numbers and is in endanger of becoming extinct. The most common reasons for endangerment are as follows: overhunting,
Marine Corps Air Station Miramar Natural Resource Division.
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UC Berkeley Richmond Field Station Remediation and Restoration Project January 16, 2008 Town Hall Meeting Agenda 1.Project Background 2.Recent Activities.
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