How many wild birds have been killed by carbofuran?



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    According to the EPA, carbofuran has been responsible for the deaths of millions of wild birds since its introduction in 1967. These deaths include those of bald and golden eagles, red-tailed hawks, and migratory songbirds. The EPA issued a regulation last year that effectively bars carbofuran from the domestic market.

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