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Cops Vs. Crows
(KTVB) Twelve dead crows have been found scattered around a Walmart parking lot in Caldwell, Idaho and an animal rights group says it isn't right, especially since Caldwell Police are the ones firing the shots.
"My concern is killing them when other means could be used," said Toni Hicks, Director of Animals in Distress.
Hicks is a wildlife rehabilitator, licensed by the state of Idaho since 1987, and argues that there's got to be a better, safer way to get rid of the annoying crows.
"I really don't feel they need to shoot them," said Hicks. "There's other ways of dealing with nuisance animals."
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