Save the Birds, the Bees and the Beluga Whales

NOTE: This bleeds into the right hand margin & I cannot reduce it. Too important not to send, despite the size problem. Thanx to my friend Honey for keeping me posted. ellensue




Photos: Western Meadowlark, USFWS; Tractors, iStockPhoto; Bee in sunflower, stock.xchng


It’s time for EPA to get serious about neonicotinoid pesticides!

Please write your U.S. Representative TODAY and ask her or him to support the Save America’s Pollinators Act of 2013. This bill will direct the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to suspend registration for neonicotinoid insecticides, which are causing serious harm to birds, bees, and aquatic life.


The bill comes on the heels of American Bird Conservancy’s groundbreaking report documenting that songbirds can die from consuming a single neonicotinoid-coated seed. This report, along with the avalanche of recent research on neonicotinoids’ harms to pollinators, makes it clear that immediate action is needed. This bill was drafted by Representatives John Conyers (D-MI) and Earl Blumenauer (D-OR).


Please Write Your Representative Now and Urge Support and Co-sponsorship of This Bill.


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American Bird Conservancy is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that conserves native birds and their habitats across the Americas.







July 2013

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2 Responses to “Save the Birds, the Bees and the Beluga Whales”

  1. hillsmom Says:

    Yes, this has been going around from other sites, too. Unfortunately, thanks to the “Citizens United” horrid decision, the pesticide companies have given very big bucks to political campaigns. Some are divisions of “Big Pharma”. It’s worse than you can imagine. The FDA or EPA seem to have no teeth…

  2. ellen sue spicer Says:

    thanx for your comments. ellen sue

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