If you are following Northeast Ground fish Issues, some comments in this article should promp a Red Flag!

US releases plan to help wildlife adjust to climate change (threats)

The effects of climate change are already apparent, the plan notes. Oyster larvae are struggling off the Northwest coast. In the Atlantic, fish are migrating north and into deeper waters. Geese and ducks do not fly as far south. In the West, bark beetles destroy pines because winters are not cold enough to kill infestations.  “With coastal communities, there are challenges with coral populations, with changing dynamics in fish population,” said Eric Schwaab, continue reading

One Response to If you are following Northeast Ground fish Issues, some comments in this article should promp a Red Flag!

  1. - Moderator says:

    But. but, the fishermen have caught them all! Right?

    Now it’s time for the day of reckoning!

    I reckon these people won’t recognize fish migration as the real issue!

    It makes too much sense!

    After all, that ole boy up in Newfoundland has never seen ground fish like he is in forty years of fishing.

Leave a Reply