Oregon: Pheasants Freed From Game Bird Exhibit

On Sunday night a pen was cut open at the Oregon Fish and Wildlife game bird
exhibit located in the EE Wilson Wildlife Area giving 3 ringneck pheasants a
chance to escape into the wild. This action was done to both spare these wild
animals from a life of captivity and to challenge the societal norm that
regards non-human (as well as human) animals as commodities.

Holiday greetings to earth liberation prisoner Marius Mason and to the
accused mink liberators brought up on federal ‘terrorism’ charges for
allegedly freeing mink from a midwest fur farm.