Shot in the dark

At 11 a.m. today Assemblyman Pedro Nava, D-Oxnard, will hold a press conference in the State Capitol’s Room 1190 announcing his new bill that would ban the use of lead shot in state wildlife areas.

“The science is increasingly clear that lead shot poses a real danger to bird populations on these lands,” Nava said in this press release.

Yes, Assemblyman, lead shot does indeed pose a real danger to birds — especially when it’s fired at them.

-Anthony Pignataro


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