Juan “Victor” Caniglia, of Wawarsing, New York, is now facing charges of “illegal commercialization of wildlife.” The new charges are on top of the 78 misdemeanor charges for “failure to provide sustenance” after authorities removed dozens of birds from a small shed on Caniglia’s land, including macaws, cockatiels, and two wild native songbirds, a Tufted Titmouse and a Northern Cardinal. MidHudsonNews has the story.
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