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Officials investigating bird deaths and dumping

By J.W. Schnarr Southern Alberta Newspapers - Lethbridge Lethbridge Fish and Wildlife officers are investigating the death and abandonment of a large number of geese near Taber. Brendan Cox, communications advisor with Alberta Justice and Solicitor General, confirmed a call from the public on Nov. 7 lead to the discovery by officers of 90 birds killed and apparently dumped by the roadside near the intersection… Read More »

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Officials investigating bird deaths and dumping

By J.W. Schnarr Southern Alberta Newspapers - Lethbridge Lethbridge Fish and Wildlife officers are investigating the death and abandonment of a large number of geese… Read More »

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