16 animals, including sea eagles, hawks, ravens, a magpie, a buzzard, and a fox were found poisoned to death near Rožmitál pod Třemšínem in the Příbram region.  On Saturday, regional police called upon the Czech Ornithological Society (ČSO) to investigate the specimens which appeared to have typical signs of poisoning, like an eagle with fully outstretched wings and talons.  ČSO’s search went well into Sunday morning as the number of dead animals continued to add up. Klára Hlubocká, trained in finding poison baits illegal animal traps, claimed that their findings were the worst they’d ever seen in one area.  “We found a total of 16 dead animals, which is the largest number we’ve ever recorded for a single locality… WeContinue Reading