This year is shaping up to be a brutal one for the California sea lion — the third year in a row for record numbers of sea lion strandings in the state. Sick, abandoned pups have shown up in alarming… Read More ›
Australian Government Releases Images of Fishnet Trapped Seals
From News.com.au, May 13, 2013 Following a 12-month battle with the Government,The Advertiser won an appeal for still images from the videos to be released after complaining about their secret status to the Information Commissioner and agreeing to keep… Read More ›
Coastal Community Protests Decibel Levels, Intensity of Proposed Seismic Testing
By Charmaine Coimbra Citizens along the Central Coast of California have joined forces to halt the proposed seismic testing in the ocean waters that lap up against the Diablo Nuclear Plant, as reported in a recent Neptune 911 post. The… Read More ›
Marine Mammals on NMFS “Take” List for Seismic Survey
Opinion by Charmaine Coimbra Neptune 911’s mission is to bring information about the oceans to the everyday-person—persons like me. It’s goal is to help us understand how what we do affect the ocean’s well being and that an unhealthy ocean… Read More ›
Seismic Testing Proposed for California’s Central Coast
Editor’s Note: Seismic Testing is known to harm marine mammals. Is it another trashing of the ocean’s or an essential tool to learn more about earthquake faulting and oil exploration? What is Seismic Testing? Following the news story by David… Read More ›
News Updates on Sea Lions, Bluefin Tuna, Fairy Penguins & Dog Poop
Short news updates on California Sea Lions, Bluefin Tuna and Fairy Penguins and fecal material in beach sand.
Abnormal Amount of California Sea Lion Pup Rescue
Sea Lion pups are showing up malnourished or dead on California beaches.
Sad Ending For Rescued Sea Lion Pup
This report comes from the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito. http://www.marinemammalcenter.org Young Sea Lion Pup Discovered on Richmond Parkway Above: “Moody” the California sea lion pup upon arrival to The Marine Mammal Center. Photos by TMMC. Early Thursday morning around… Read More ›