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Salmon Faring Better at McNary Dam
New fish passage structures at McNary Dam on the Columbia River are proving beneficial to both young salmonids heading toward the ocean and adults returning to spawn. 210 more words

Nature And The Environment


“But it suits you.” Jonah’s southern American twang offered sincere approval.

“Yeah,” Parker chortled, “If I was about three inches taller maybe.” Her electric blue kitten heels clacked through the lobby out of synch with Jonah’s bit loafers. 1,129 more words


British Prince William's sister-in-law eats whale meat

This video from Australia says about itself:

Swimming with Dwarf minke whales on board Eye to Eye Marine Encounters

From Wildlife Extra:

Pippa Middleton…

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Russian gray whale Varvara, longest mammal migration

This video from the USa is called Gray Whale Migration.

From Treehugger.com:

Longest mammal migration ever recorded measures in at 14,000 miles

Melissa Breyer…

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Not long after we landed in Panama, Dan bought a panga. How could we live on an island and not have a boat? A panga is a very well-constructed, open motor boat common in Central America and much of the developing world. 597 more words

Killing for Science? The whaling debate - Draft

Since 1986 Japanese whalers have killed 8,201 minke whales in the Antarctic alone. Their reason? ‘Scientific purposes’.

I’m not sure about you but I myself am against any act that involves the killing of innocent lives, especially our animals. 470 more words


Third SeaWorld Lawsuit filed

In the Guardian.  Over the last week or so I posted about two suites against Seaworld here and here, both potential class actions founded on the claim that SeaWorld misled clients who are therefore entitled to refunds, which could amount to rather a lot of money if the class action is deemed competent and succeeds. 219 more words

Animal Law