U.S. and Wyoming officials are offering cash rewards for useful information as they investigate the poisoning deaths of three dogs and dozens of birds including a bald eagle.

The poisonings happened in January, 2018, but the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service publicized them Friday.

The federal agency and Wyoming Game and Fish Department offer a total of up to $7,000 for information leading to a conviction.

The dogs were rushed to a veterinarian after eating poison-laced baits but died nonetheless.

Poison also killed a golden eagle, a Swainson's hawk, 14 ravens, 17 magpies, one coyote and several small mammals.

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