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July 13, 2008

This ferocious beast prevented me from updating today. The said beast had me up all night giving her tummy rubs and a variety of other selfish treats. Please re-visit later in the day to see the rest of Sunday's images.

Palemale on 965 Fifth Avenue (a lower floor than his usual perch).

Palemale taking a long rest period in the Ramble on Sunday afternoon.

Palemale & Lola attacks a passing gull in front of the Beresford.

Lola about to land on their favorite Westside perch.

All images photographed on Sunday July 13, 2008.

The MET is using rodent baiting stations containing the lethal active ingredient 'Bromethalin'. These stations are placed in open areas behind the MET in Central Park specifically where Palemale & Lola catches a great deal of rats!
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has a very careless attitude toward animals;
Their lavish glass windows kills hundreds of migrating birds each year. Recently the glass in those windows were replaced but nothing was done to the new glass to help prevent this ongoing tragedy.
All around the MET are rodent baiting stations which threaten the lives of our precious wildlife especially Palemale & Lola. Both the MET's management and their private pest control contractor has lied to me about the seriousness of the poison used in these bait stations. Presently the bait used is worse than the anti-coagulants used previously. Please call the Director's Office and tell them to stop endangering the lives of our precious wildlife!

The Metropolitian Museum of Art
Philippe de Montebello (Director)
(212) 570-3902