Animals are the Unexpected Victims of a Drug War

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Trash, pesticides and debris left behind on a former marijuana grow site.

Animals are the Unexpected Victims of a Drug War

The epic battle between law enforcement and marijuana growers in Northern California has taken a devastating toll on the region’s wildlife. NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit reporter Elyce Kirchner recently covered the story and she talks about the extent of the problem.

Jobs That Bite: Veteran TV actor Jeremy Brandt has a new gig working with animals in unusual situations as a part of a new program on Nat Geo Wild Music: “Madeira River” & “Maculele Marimba” by Uakti;

The epic battle between law enforcement and marijuana growers in Northern California has taken a devastating toll on the region’s wildlife. NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit reporter Elyce Kirchner recently covered the story and she talks about the extent of the problem.

Jobs That Bite: Veteran TV actor Jeremy Brandt has a new gig working with animals in unusual situations as a part of a new program on Nat Geo Wild Music: “Madeira River” & “Maculele Marimba” by Uakti;

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November 26, 2013 - 6:15am