Cull coming

Trap-neuter-relocate fails to solve University of Victoria’s rabbit problem.

With the pilot project’s below-par results and upwards of 1,500 rabbits at UVic approaching breeding season, many of them injured or malnourished, a cull is being seriously considered, said Richard Piskor, the university’s director of occupational health, safety and environment.

“Should there be a cull, we would not announce it in advance,” Mr. Piskor said recently. “This is a very emotional topic.”

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