Thursday, July 28, 2011


Concerning the Use of Rat Poisons in Tompkins Square Park

Much has been made lately of the rat population increasing because the Parks Dept . is not using poisons to better control the growth of that population . As we've noted recently in a previous post we believe that there is a lot more to the problem than just a lack of poison .Rodenticides are not necessarily as effective as advertised , rats learn , and they are difficult to use safely in a public park. Finally the poisons do not kill rats cool and  clean without suffering .

 In the past we have posted on the issue of the use of poisons to control the rat population in Tompkins Square Park . We present 2 posts again here . Some of the links have been broken but anyone interested can find ways around that problem .

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