• Scale it back, or quit altogether, please!

    Making the saltwater aquarium hobby sustainable Collecting Gone Wild E. Fudd

  • Amazing fish!

    need to do some followups to see if some of the key info in this article is still valid (11 years later) but at present, enjoy! From Natural History, April 2006: The Biggest Fish – Unraveling the mysteries of the whale shark E. Fudd

  • Hells NO.

    no, no, a thousand times NO. From The Seattle Times: ‘Small potatoes,’ or climate catastrophe? Company wants to restart coal mining in King County E. Fudd

  • Go First Nations!

    hang in there – hoping the CSC does the right thing…! From the Seattle Times: Canada legal fight may ‘destroy the faith’ in First Nations treaties E. Fudd

  • Poaching bastards!

    it’s too bad poachers can’t be chased down naked by dogs and then thrown in a leg trap for a few hours – might cut down drastically on the number of poachers! I hope they FRY. From The Seattle P-I: Charges detail extensive poaching ring in Washington, Oregon E. Fudd

  • Hooray!

    From The Seattle Times: Volunteers save young gray whale stranded in Olympic National Park E. Fudd

  • Vote for Stand Up To Oil!

    Help stop any oil and coal trains in OR/WA by voting for Stand Up To Oil on CREDO so they can get a potentially large grant (click link below)! Vote for these great progressive organizations this August E. Fudd

  • Cool….!

    From the Seattle Times: Rare birds, wildflowers: Tahoe-area ‘Secret garden’ opens after century E. Fudd

  • Right. ON!!!

    From Geekwire: Expedia cracks down on wildlife tourism, removing some activities and promoting animal welfare Expedia plans to conduct a thorough review of the wildlife tourism attractions bookable through its website and remove activities determined to be objectionable. The Bellevue, Wash. travel giant is also launching a Wildlife Tourism Education Portal, which provides information about […]

  • Wowsa….

    Large numbers of humpback whales have returned to NYC for the first time in a century E. Fudd