POLL: Should China impose strict regulations on bird poaching?



Bird poaching – for meat or for the pet trade – has become a silent epidemic across China, resulting in the deaths of tens of thousands of migratory birds each year.

Gu Xuan, a young conservationist, is determined to break this cycle of death and destruction, and set the birds free.

This video was first posted by The Guardian on 31 Jan 2019.


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Cameron McElroy

Stop!

mfrazier74@hotmail.com

Sadly its not China alone, nor is it Asian countries alone, who are responsible for whats done to our wild animals – here (US) and all over the world. Sure, China should impose strict regulations, but so should Japan, US, UK – all countries! We are ALL responsible for how many species have been exterminated & how much habitat is being demolished every day.

Judith Cavey
Judith Cavey

I can imagine that one day China will have eaten all animals, fish and birds or used them for their ‘traditional medicines’.

Karen Lyons Kalmenson

This world is not a moveable feast of animal life. Animals are not food nor are they pharmaceuticals. They are our compadres on this spinning orb. And until we accept and internalize that reality truth, we will keep heading towards darker times.