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First bees, now birds seen dying from EPA-approved pesticides

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Politics,Paul Bedard,Washington Secrets
The nation's endangered beekeepers, who have been complaining that new EPA-approved pesticides will wipe out the honeybee industry by 2018, are being joined by bird conservationists who charge that just one corn seed covered with advanced pesticides can kill a blue jay. "These products are much more dangerous than we expected to birds and wildlife," said the American Bird Conservancy's Cynthia...