If he skips entanglement, then our garbage still threatens him. Last year, a necropsy on a near-adult gray (so it wasn’t Skippy) discovered 20 plastic bags, small towels, surgical gloves, sweat pants, plastic pieces, duct tape, and a golf ball in its stomach.
From Monterey Bay Aquarium July 15, 2010 Tuna: What’s in the Can? Our Seafood Watch pocket guides (and iPhone app) are designed to help you have a conversation at the fresh fish counter, or the restaurant. But how do you converse… Read More ›
And our once common fish like cod, grouper, haddock, rockfish, shark, snapper and swordfish are either overfished or laced with mercury.
Fishing line entangles California Sea Lions
Editor’s Note: Neptune 911 continues following the issue of ghost nets from our original post https://neptune911.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post.php?action=edit&post=173 Originally printed at http://www.indiancountrytoday.com/national/northwest/59991982.html PORT TOWNSEND, Wash. (AP) – An operation to clear Puget Sound and the North Olympic Peninsula’s waters of derelict commercial… Read More ›
The weather condition called El Nino, may have a devasting effect on California sea lions and other marine mammals
Elephant Seal with Fishing Lure & Hook Caught in Mouth
Fishing is an excellent sport, past time, and an economical way to add quality protein to your diet. But I wonder how often our neglected fishing line and hooks are discarded into the water either accidentally or because it’s something we… Read More ›