Date: 6/30/18 1:38 pm
From: Cliff Otto <bye.bye.nh.birdy...>
Subject: [NHBirds] Why owls might suffer in a cashless society
There is a recent article on BBC Capital, *The strange reason owl theft may
be on the rise*, which suggests the the movement towards a cashless society
may be moving thieves towards selling protected species in order to get
cash. They cite as an example that last year in Sweden only 2% of all
transitions were made in cash and that there are countries where owning a
bird of prey is a status symbol. One example given is that an adult Great
Grey Owl can be sold for more than $112,000. Orchids are another protected
species that will bring back a lot of money.

http://www.bbc.com/capital/story/20180626-why-owls-might-suffer-in-a-cashless-society

I just thought some of you might find it interesting.

Clifford Otto
Manchester

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