Urge your Member of Congress to investigate the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Wildlife Services.
Wildlife Services operates largely out of public view and with little oversight, killing more than 5 million animals every year. At an annual cost of $30 million to taxpayers, WIldlife Services has become the nation's most prolific killer of wildlife.
It uses some of the most indiscriminate killing methods, such as poisons, baited snares, and foothold traps. A recent Sacramento Bee investigative series found that the agency has accidentally killed more than 50,000 animals since 2000, including golden and bald eagles!