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Expecting Extinction

August 23, 2001

Lately I see fewer and fewer songbirds, honeybees, butterflies, moths, aphids, wasps, lacewings, beetles and even spiders--all formerly abundant in our Woodland Hills environment. Also, our unpollinated fruit trees produce less and our mockingbirds are mute. It looks as though the poison sprayers are finally winning big. Soon they'll poison us to extinction too.

Don Kephart

Woodland Hills

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