The Port Authority is responsible for the killing of 20,000 animals over two years, including threatened and endangered species, the New York Post reports.
Here are some statistics on the animals the Port Authority killed in the past two years:
11 ospreys (marked as "Of special concern" by the report.)
3 American kestrels (marked as "threatened" by the report.)
1 northern harrier (labeled as "endangered" by the report.)
5,729 laughing gulls.
3,203 European starlings.
2,445 herring gulls.
1,908 mourning doves.
1,070 brown-headed cowbirds.
997 Canada geese.
82 eastern cottontail rabbits.
11 white-tailed deer.
5 snowy owls.
4 red foxes.
1 monk parakeet.
You can read the whole list here.
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