On this page you’ll find a wide variety of downloadable posters and flyers to put up in your neighborhood, display at events, and share with friends.
Click any link, then print and post on telephone poles and community bulletin boards, in schools and cafes, and wherever else you think of. Always feel free to share too—sharing a link on Facebook or Twitter or in email is fast and effective!
Keep an eye here: we regularly add new images and series, including translated versions. Print, share, download! And thank you for helping our wildlife in so many ways.
Food Web with Bait Box
Print out, share or download our Food Web poster showing that whatever an animal eats, especially poison, travels up the food chain.
We also have a fun black and white version for you or your favorite kids to color in yourselves. This would make a great school or Saturday afternoon project!
The Bait Box Cycle
Print out, share or download our Bait Box Cycle poster showing how bait boxes actually make the problem worse (while filling the pockets of professional companies using the poisons).
Barn Owl with Poison-Green Mouse
Barn owl with poisoned rodent—This very popular poster has gone viral on our Facebook page. Like many RATS posters, it was created by Jackie Nott of Sparkly Pony. And we’re adding versions in other languages:
Mice Eaten By Barn Owl In One Year
Download, share, and print out this poster showing that a barn owl can eat 1000 rodents—in just one year!
Barn Owl Door Hanger
Our new barn owl door hanger is ready for you or your favorite kids to color in, cut out, and hang up. Just download or print—and please share!
Rat Poison Is Wildlife Poison series
Northern harrier (Spanish)
Northern saw-whet owl (Spanish)
Cooper’s hawk with rat (Spanish)
Got Pests? – Raptors On The Job series
American kestrel 2
Swainson’s hawk 2
Red-tailed hawk 2
Red-tailed hawk 3
Red-tailed hawk 4
Red-tailed hawk 5
Great horned owl
Great horned owl 2
Raptors Live/Nest In This Area – Please Don’t Use Poison series
Currently Available Poisons
Although all “second generation” anticoagulant poisons should have been removed from consumer shelves as of April 1, 2015, pest control companies can still use them, and dangerous products remain on the shelves, including “first generation” anticoagulants and other, new poisons. See our chart of those products here.
Poison = Profits
Download and print this diagram showing how pest control operators guarantee continuing profits by using poisons.