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Call On Community To Use Mice Pesticides Carefully

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The mouse plague has not only been devastating for farmers and households, but the pesticides are sadly starting to take its toll on wildlife.

More than 100 galahs have been found dead at the Parkes cemetery where a large flock roosts in the trees, while over 200 dead birds have been reported in…



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