Three Oregon Airports Ban Glue Traps

After being contacted by PETA, Port of Portland (POP)—which controls Hillsboro, Portland International, and Portland-Troutdale airports in Oregon—said that it likely wasn’t using glue traps but that it would double-check. While doing so, POP discovered that glue traps had just been laid out in an attempt to catch a chipmunk. Now aware that the traps are indiscriminate and cause prolonged suffering, POP ensured that they had all been removed. They won’t be used again, and this new commitment has been added to POP’s policy manual.

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