Deer hunters are urged to change ammunition to reduce eagle deaths

11/5/2011 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

A study conducted by the University of Minnesota's Raptor Center found that lead poisoning occurred in bald eagles who ate from deer carcasses riddled with lead ammunition. In this opinion piece, graduate student Amber Burnette urges deer hunters to use lead-alternative ammunition.

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