Society of animal life in the Island of Vancouver says that bald eagles remain a dead end or confused because of the burns.
S & # 39; now, from Wednesday, 12 birds were discovered around Herd North & # 39; Cowichan. Six of them died, while others are being treated at the Hospital of VCA Animal Island and of the Society & # 39; Raptor Rescue.
The Ministry of Environment says that the Service Officer Conservation investigating the incident. The society says that & # 39; likely the eagles ate source of food reduced.
Robyn Radcliffe, the executive director of the company says it believes that farm animals were euthanased and ntremax probably correctly, that the eagles ate and were prepared as a result.
"We need to be conscious and aware of & # 39; what is there to look at the environment," she said.
The authorities say they are carried out tests to figure out & # 39; contaminated birds.
Meanwhile the company continues to look for other victims and is asking the public jsejjaħha at 778-936-0732 if people discover dead bald eagles or disorjentati.
Radcliffe says that it is thanks to the hospital managed to save some birds.
"The fact that we could save six of them is quite large, so good inħossuhom about it, but I wish we could have helped more of them," she said.