What’s Killing the Baby Sea Lions? Environmentalists say the overfishing of sardines. Fishermen say that’s a crock.

The sardine decline has pitted environmentalists against fishermen. The conservation group Oceana argues that commercial fishermen are taking too many sardines. Ben Enticknap, a senior scientist with Oceana, said sardine numbers routinely swing up and down based on ocean cycles and seasonal productivity. But, according to the sardine fishing industry, blaming overfishing for the sea lion collapse is a stretch. Diane Pleschner-Steele, director of the California Wetfish Producers Association,,, Read the rest here 08:00

One Response to What’s Killing the Baby Sea Lions? Environmentalists say the overfishing of sardines. Fishermen say that’s a crock.

  1. Bill Diller says:

    The ENGO’s are on a constant search for a “crisis” to exploit. When
    there isn’t one, they’ll make one out of nothing, relying on the general
    public’s lack of knowledge in the area mixed in with a good bit of
    sensationalism and hype. Honesty isn’t their strong

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