Pennsylvania Home Depot Stops Killing Birds

April 2003

When PETA learned that the Home Depot in Swatara, Pennsylvania, was using glue traps to capture and kill birds, we wrote the store to let them know about humane alternatives to the painful traps. We also asked the local humane society to send an officer to speak with the manager. Soon after the officer’s visit, the Home Depot stopped using the traps.

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