Rodenticide poisoning widespread among New York’s red-tailed hawks | New

ITHACA – Birds of prey in the Empire State are struggling because of poisons used to kill rodents, according to a recent study by clinical researchers at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine.

A May paper in Ecotoxicology details how 68% of red-tailed hawks have anticoagulant rodenticide (AR) toxins in their systems, indicating poisoning of this type is widespread among New York state raptors.

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