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The California Condor: A Real Case of Lead Poisoning

Environmental extremists have long used half-truths and questionable statistics to push for a ban of lead in fishing tackle and lead ammunition. Their ultimate objective, of course, is not to eliminate lead in the environment, but to eliminate anglers and hunters.

Sadly, that no-compromise stance feeds a feverish controversy in which the fact that, sometimes, lead use should be restricted.

In the, Mike Leggett provides a great example of how lead  might be harming Callifornia condors and helpful insights into how we might better deal with this ongoing nationwide issue.

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