Birders call destruction of protected nests in B.C. preserve ‘immoral’ and ‘illegal’

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The destruction of protected bird nests at the Pitt-Addington Marsh in Pitt Meadows, B.C. is ‘immoral’ and ‘illegal’ according to local birders and is now being investigated by federal and provincial officials. A spokesperson for Environment and Climate Change Canada confirmed that its enforcement branch is looking into the case, but declined an interview request. Read more on this story:
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