The Center for Biological Diversity is rightfully concerned with the impact of natural gas fracking on wildlife, particularly for wildlife in California, in an editorial on its website.
It suggests the drilling can and very well is affecting wildlife and domestic animals – such as horses, cats and dogs. From fish kills in Pennsylvania to deaths and serious illness in pets and farm animals five states to degradation of habitat and more, examples are listed on the website.
We need to learn more about fracking. More research is needed – much more. This is not the sort of thing we should allow before this research is in.