Bird Victims of Trapping
February 10, 2018 / Hamilton, Montana
This is trapping in all it's raw honesty and indiscriminate cruelty.
Discovered just recently in the Bitterroot of Montana, how long did this Great Blue Heron struggle and suffer before it perished?
March 25, 2017 / British Columbia
Watch this amazing video of another indiscriminate trapping victim and think about what will be the fate of animals such as this if SB236 is to pass?
February 7, 2017 / Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Take a good hard look at what trappers dismiss, defend, and are working to preserve in our constitution forever more.
This isn't the first or last symbol of freedom........trapped!
January 30, 2017 / Kootenays, BC
This is what trappers are fighting to preserve!
October 12, 2016 / Wisconsin
The evidence is endless of the cruel indiscriminate suffering that trapping inflicts.
Besides the animals, guess who pays for this? Certainly not the trappers.
August 28, 2016 / Hanover, Pennsylvania
Our national symbol of freedom, a first year hatchling, will now, if lucky, have 30 years to educate the public why it will never again be free thanks to the irresponsible and selfish cruel act of trapping!
March 25, 2016 / Loa, Wayne County, Utah
This disturbing image was sent to us today from the west side of the small town of Loa, Wayne County, Utah. Missing an entire foot from a trapping incident, this eagle will probably not survive due to infection and starvation.
March 1, 2016 / Sundre, Alberta Canada
A pair of eagles, believed to be a mated pair, caught in snares set out for wolves as they hopped along the ground attracted to the bait.
February 16, 2016 / RISING SUN, Indiana
One of America's most iconic symbols, a bald eagle, is currently being nursed back to health in a local animal rehab facility after being caught in a brutal trap.
February 7, 2016 / Near Turah, MT
Another, known, Great Horned Owl in Montana caught in a leghold trap. This trap weighed basically as much as the Owl. In Montana, the majority of the "incidental" trapping victims, including Eagles, Owls, Mtn Lions, dogs, etc. have been deemed a result of legal trapping. Why?
February 3, 2016 / Clarenville
Another known trapped Bald Eagle. This one relying on a landfill to eat as hunting for food with a trap attached is out of the question. Hopping along the ground to scavenge would also be difficult and is how it perhaps was caught in the leghold trap to begin with. Trapping is indiscriminate.
October 16, 2015 / Juneau, Alaska
Judge: Hiker liable for springing traps, but trapper did not prove damages