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"national marine fisheries service" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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Scientists work to protect fish could be undone by climate change
"Andrew Rosenberg has always felt most at at home near the see. I grew up on the ocean I've been sailing since I was two years old by knew that whatever I was going to do I was gonna work on the ocean. He made good on that promise. He earned degrees in fisheries science oceanography and biology and has studied and promoted ocean health for more than forty years. In the nineties. Rosenberg worked for the National Marine Fisheries Service there he helped develop regulations to address overfishing in New England and the mid Atlantic. He says, fish populations have slowly started to recover, but now climate change threatens to undo that Progress I spent a lot of my career and a lot of blood sweat and tears on trying to and problems of overfishing, and now we have another major human impacts problem that might wipe out those accomplishments. The Gulf of Maine where Rosenberg lives is warming faster than almost any other spot in the world's oceans species such as lobsters and clams are already moving north or to deeper colder waters. So Rosenberg says preventing overfishing is no longer enough to protect ocean ecosystems. The world must limit global warming.
'Where The Land Used To Be,' Photos Show Louisiana Coast 10 Years After BP Oil Spill
"A look of a Gulf coast today you wouldn't know that the water shoreline and wildlife were severely damaged ten years ago by the deepwater horizon oil spill it was caused by an explosion under the British petroleum oil rig platform eleven men were killed scientists who spent a decade studying this bill say looks can be deceiving I still worry about the effects on dolphins whales sea turtles and small fish as well as ancient corals reader Coldwell of the Gulf of Mexico research initiative says the Gulf's eco system is so complex and interconnected that it's impossible to take any single part as a measure of its overall health and Overton is a chemist at Louisiana State University he studied oil dispersal for more than forty years he says there's still out there but it's not significant but Steven Martin Brodsky of the national marine fisheries service says we will see the environmental impacts of the oil spill for the rest of our
"national marine fisheries service" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Dark but there's recorded its first deaths related to the corona virus pandemic police public information officer detective Kyle Koster said the town officials were recently notified of too cold at nineteen related deaths he says in both cases the victims were listed in high risk categories Koster says their names and ages will not be released out of respect for their families a judge says the federal government fail to adequately protect endangered whales from lobster fishing activities sending the industry and regulators scrambling to figure out what the future holds the one of America's most lucrative marine industries environmental groups sued the U. S. government claiming regulators failure to protect the north Atlantic right whale from harm was a violation of the Endangered Species Act U. S. district judge James Boasberg ruled on Thursday that the national marine fisheries service understated lobster patients ability to kill the whales via entanglement police in Massachusetts seeking a man who they say stabbed a woman six times with a pair of scissors in her home twenty four year old man allegedly attacked the woman in a rain at home on Wednesday afternoon then fled on foot to a nearby wooded area the man and the victim were friends the woman was taken to a local hospital with serious but non life threatening injuries police continue to investigate a shooting Thursday afternoon in Seekonk we're a man apparently shot himself while in his car a state police spokesman says the man was spotted in Swansea and on three PM holding a gun from his car window while driving troopers pursued the suspect's vehicle through the whole earth and then C. **** according to police the car came to a stop on fall river Avenue the man shot himself the thirty eight year old C. **** man was taken to Rhode Island hospital his condition is unknown now the ABC six weather forecast tonight still breezy and tomorrow we see more sunshine we'll see high temperatures are seasonable in the low fifties it is still a bit breezy as the day goes on we had in the Sunday you'll continue to see sunshine should be a really nice day with highs in the mid to upper fifties from ABC six weather center I'm stormtracker meteorologist Chelsea priestly Bedford's news talk station fourteen twenty W. BSM I'm Jim Phillips for W. B. S. M. news stay up to date with new Bedford's news talk station fourteen twenty W. B. S. M. get breaking news alerts but the W. B. S. M. at others drug yours over it's time the White House is having all the reporters are covering at this briefing today.
"national marine fisheries service" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast
"Fisheries say mixed bag. You know sort of sideways sideways thumbs sideways thumbs. Tell me more so a lot of the fisheries one of the big issues as with fisheries fisheries broad term. I mean there's fresh water the salt one. So a lot of the focus we've been doing is on the salt water side Ren- fisheries now. We did get a bill passed in late last year the year before Called Modern Fish Act which for the first time recognize that recreational fish should be managed differently definitely the commercial fish commercial fish are really managed for maximum stanfield. So you're GONNA need instantaneous. Data you're pushing that species right to the edge WJR and you have to have really good data for that. You can do that with commercial fishing because you have a limited number reports you can actually count fish wreck fishing. You can't do that. I mean you have people so spread out everywhere little docks marinas and there is always. You can't manage them the same way so instead of trying to push that commercial the management paradigm down on the wreck fishing. which is what Noah National Fishery Service has always done and to the point where? We're getting a ton of controversy. The things like red snapper in the Gulf where the lack of certainty on numbers were causing the agencies to shut down the fishery nine days seven days and three days. So if you and I are planning a trip down there we'd have no idea we booked hotel room. We booked our guide with their season would actually open or not. It's just not the way to manage recreational fishing so modern fish act passed and it did a few different things in the main one said to National Marine Fisheries Service. You have the ability to try these different things. That may you work better for recreational fishermen. Let's use the waterfall model. Yeah so go out and you do surveys. In the Arctic breeding populations are going to be you look at how many the ducks get shot and then you season when it opens what the bag is going to be the end of that season to reevaluate. Now you have to be pretty conservative for that to work. Because he can't be way off or else you just crush species so honestly is better for conservation anyway if you were to apply that model for wreck fishing which is the same way with model doing freshwater for fisheries be at large mouth bass trout or anything else. I mean there's a bag limit. You know what it is you know in the season starts when it ends. And we just haven't been doing that recreational size so now that's going to get changed and a lot of these hot button fisheries and the hot button fisheries of the ones where you have next stocks so part of its commercial part of its recreational red snapper being classic case ace the all recreational stock things like redfish bonefish tarpon. Those are all well-managed because they're managed with that same sort of precautionary cautionary principle that we manage waterfowl. And so so if I got that change now the agencies in the process of going through a bunch of rulemaking determine how might use that. There are different ways. You can do it. You could do a tag system you could. Do you know of these bag limits. You could do fathom limits. were out suffer. groundfish under a certain level as wreck fishing rushing outside of its commercial in Washington. There's a lot of things like you can fish within at different times a year within certain depths. So you deal with a lot of the bycatch issues with things like that. Yeah so it's just a little bit more creative but the agency because that wasn't the way it was used to doing things on commercial side was always very reluctant do that now. It has a green light to do it. The other thing that the the agency was were reluctant to do was to use you. Know Different Data collection techniques. So it would do telephone surveys and mail surveys asking asking you. How many fishy last summer? which needless to say were highly accurate highly accurate and do a bunch of fishermen sir? Let me tell you about this one in particular. Take your arm off so the stakes frustrated with a bunch of the states period. Their own fiscally iphone based systems where. You're busy instantaneous. Reporting tell where your honey hole is but you tell you how many fish he caught. What general size and yeah so all of a sudden you have via this instantaneous data on the wreck side which the agencies had never had before and so part of what the modern fish acted was again? Give them National Marine Fisheries Service. The green light to use is these alternative data mechanisms to manage the fisheries and La. CORREAL's one Louisiana there's several Florida's a separate in Texas but they just make guitar more sense in this modern age then a telephone survey months after the fact now I mean the telephones are is in Montana. I I wholly by into the system I do but every year Yeah you've got a buck will what region and what you know my my aunt's place cal I listed in solve at our fish acting inside. These lascano does is like an order to came down. No the rock fish whatsoever. So no no no quarterbacks. Those things are tasty. I saw the yellow. I mean obviously yellow no nonsense. I think it's a protect yellow. No nine plastics has major implications for US fishing. Because you're you're going to be no matter what you're doing you're pulling up a lot of rockface you're gonNA be like sending a lot Iraq fish down to the bottom with released devices. Yeah and no. More targeting allies bought a new Dan Dan Rod for Jagan Yellow and talk about an easy getting a kid fishing fish. Yeah but I've been putting a lot of energy into pioneering some new Green Green Ling and cloud or spots. Someone's going to Brodie Henderson right now. It's time some flounder. Fly Nice. Same what we're GONNA we'll still We'll still put some food on the plate. Okay so Just got sent this last night at Texas Parks and wildlife apparently just Try to case. Convicted Guy got fined. Twenty six thousand dollars for being sixteen or Seventeen nineteen red snapper over the limit. No from last year. Yeah Yeah. That's that's as far as I got into it. So I got the new truck Ram so obviously red snappers pretty hot button. While and it's I think. A lot of the controversy and weather snappers calmed down. Since you know this. The modern fish passed and basically the feds turned over management to the states and the states are doing a good job. So about the Manhattan deal. So Matt Hayden is Manhattan. Manhattan is the basically the base of the food chain on the East Coast and it's also in the Gulf a little fish it's called bunker is called Poggi. Okay and Super Oily. You don't Wanna eat it but everything else wants to eat it and fish of choice right fish of choice and not just spur striped bass fish blue fish but for Wales for Eagles Osprey. Okay you name it and that's one of my. That's one of the areas where I have least experienced hanging around the Atlantic. All the jazz part of it that chunk of the Atlantic so in the in the old days back in one thousand nine hundred early nineteen hundreds. There were these basically a reduction industry freeze up and down the East Coast and the reduction industries go out and saying reduction so they would catch these men Hayden bring him back. Grind them up reduce them to all this food to pellets to fish oil fertiliser to variety of. So you go down to the drugstore and buy your own. Your era irritating probably meant Hayden. Your fish oil pills yes. Yes which are useless best one so over time because it keeps you live forever the so you tell me that the supplementary drug industries lied to me. I actually have no idea way outside of my comfort zone. We call that that Big Vita Vyas lied to me so back. In the turn of century you had these reduction fisheries up and down the East Coast and export where they almost wiped out Manhattan and basically almost wiped out everything that eats big schooling. Fishing does get on them and clobber them. Right in the west end today and today so basically state by state ban started banning. This type of fishing rushing only one st stole as it and the Atlantic. That's Virginia and has one plant owned by a company called the Omega Seafood which was recently purchased by Cook which is the do they have big aquaculture salmon farming no different cooks with the salmon farming operations on the Atlantic up in Canada and Maine have had amount puget sound. They got kicked out of Washington State. Such bad actors tons of Clean Water Act violations tons of escapements Atlantic Salmon to steelhead habitat. So not a great company but anyway they own a mega so one plant still owns you. Imagine when a guy gets sitting around complaining big cigar in his mouth. Oh yeah but low to here so anyway so this one plant you catches eighty plus percent of of all the commercial men Hayden and the Atlantic and it has your big boats as spotter plane in Virginia waters. No no they can fish in federal internet. Also they go outside seventy miles three miles three miles three miles three two hundred. That's the federal waters so they can do out there and then they also been fishing. Three two hundred seventy miles from something based off the bank with the dropoff op off. Maybe this was all done back in the neck came into early. One thousand nine hundred seventy three miles. You can catch made in federal waters. Oh then you score off anyone's coast right so that's where he was front page New York Times this past year because you know the the big bunker schools were up there off Long Island in Wales and all the whale watching boats were out there. Watching this spectacle of nature. Here comes Omega with spotter planes and a little meal big factory victory ships and this you know this person boats and comes out circling around scooping them up while the whales are out there hitting them and while the recreational anglers round despite Trite Nassar Blitz numb their resolve. Everyone's pissed and here it goes gets brought back so ground up. Fish food be sent to Canada to feed aquaculture of salmon another totally unsustainable industry and together using the Oh yeah and to get shipped back into the US exciting by SAM. It hasn't ingredients list on on it. Yeah yeah by salmon and you got ingredients because like norm. You don't need to label soft. But since they dyed it. Red And all sorts of antibiotics should say salmon. Sam with Asterik so anyway. So we've been trying to do is change. The Way Men Hayden or managed to go from single species management which is basically. How many many fish can you kill before you crash? The Stock Ecosystem Management Mimi. What does ecosystem need? And then based on that how many takeout without messing things up and that's is probably gonNA happen this coming year. It has been a pretty nasty fight all along. Meantime this past year Omega decided. It didn't like you know. The Federal Limits Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission limits on Matt Hayden. And so I just decided to give a big middle finger to the agency and went in and blew through its cap for the Chesapeake Bay and so caught taught millions of extra pounds of fish with what repercussions so they were expecting. And who knows what was inside their head that they could you go to the secretary of the Interior Secretary of Commerce Wilbur. Ross and get him to waive any sort of penalties now. We is the fishing community as well as Marine Fisheries Commission and every single state on the Atlantic including Virginia because the recent governor does not like that fishery voted to basically. AC Find Your Virginia Omega out of compliance and penalize them so that Fisheries Virginia wanted itself. Find yes absolutely and So that not a wilbur. Ross to his credit rule in favor of the commission and shutdown that fishery now that doesn't really mean anything because officials shut down the winter. Anyway this just happened in December.
"national marine fisheries service" Discussed on Out of the Blocks
"Do I deeply respect? How do I connect with these animals and then kill? I'm crude Iverson. I live here in Juneau. I've got a couple of kids a wife I worked for the federal government. The National Marine Fisheries Service. I grew up in Michigan Rural Michigan. And like a lot of people I came here is it as a young person and state I usually hunt alone. I almost always hunt alone and I appreciate being alone I really do. It's hard to describe the thrill I feel. I have my pack on my back my rifle my hands hands and I'm walking up some dally that I've never been before and then if I see track of a big buck deer and I know he's he's really close by that charges it even more and you hear a snap in the woods in you know he's coming in that sense the vent his reputation is very and then there's he steps into view and then there's the challenge of making making a clean kill. Am I good enough to hold the rifle steady and put the bullet where it's supposed to go and the skill that goes along with that because you've been practicing it and working on it since you were a kid and it happens and that is drilling a charge to watching watching the and we'll go down in the scope and then you walk up on the animal and his dead you and that's the deflated moment. There is there is a moment there when I think any any real hunter says.
"national marine fisheries service" Discussed on Native America Calling
"The game. This is native America calling. I'm Monica brain sitting in for Tara Gatewood. Sea Lion populations were dangerously low before the passage passage of the Marine Mammal Protection Act or M. P. A. In one thousand nine hundred seventy two now noah fisheries say some populations of sea lions specifically typically the California Sea lion have recovered last year Congress approved changes to the MPA that loosened the reins on C. Line management rules calls. That's because sea lions specifically male sea lions are taking a heavy toll on salmon backed up at dams on the Columbia River. Dams are are literally providing a fish in a barrel situation for sea lions and some biologists believe that they're adding strain to salmon populations that are already Yvonne Ruble Salmon are sacred to most tribes in the Pacific northwest but climate change and other environmental factors are a long term threat so now tribes and the State of Oregon and Washington are working together to reduce sea lion predation. Some organizations believe that the focus on sea lions is the wrong direction. This addressing climate change and fishing are the main culprits for declining salmon populations. What do do you think give us a call one eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight? That's one eight hundred nine nine native joining us now Jeremy Wolf. He is Vice Chairman Women of the board of Trustees for the confederated tribes of the U. Mattila Indian reservation and chairman of the Columbia River Intertribal Fish Commission and Jeremy. Is You Mattila us and Walla Walla Jeremy. Thanks for joining us also on the line. We've got Jamie Pinkham. He he is executive director of the Columbia River Intertribal Fish Commission and he's ness purse. Hey there Jimmy thank you and Doug Hatch. He's senior fisheries scientists for the Columbia River Intertribal Fish Commission welcome Doug Doug Let's start with you so I gave sort of a brief description of what the situation is going on with sea lions but take us back thirty or forty years. What was the situation with sea lions back then sure so as you mentioned in nineteen seventy two the Marine Mammal Protection Act was passed which provided protection for all all mammals all marine mammals and at that time California Sea Lions we're at a pretty critically low level about thirty thousand of them coast wide and a rotary is for California Sea Lions are off of the Channel Islands in mostly southern southern California and with with that protection the population started to to rebound and increase increase at about six and a half percent population growth per year and so that resulted in by the early two thousands or the late nineties a population of nearly three hundred thousand California Sea Lions which you know by Noah's nip status reviews that is fully recovered population? It's near kind capacity and then in in the early two thousands we had a lot of of El Nino conditions or warm equatorial waters and a lot of those moved up into the off the coast of California and warm water off of California that will tend to crash the diets of California Sea Lions in in that area which is mainly herring and and and other small fish and as a result the a male sea lions will tend to move north to find cooler water and define food the females tend to stay near the rookeries but the male animals would move north and coincidentally in the early two thousands the Columbia River was blessed with some really large returns of Spring Chinook well these sea lions traveled up the coast found those Spring Chinook returning Columbia and follow them up the Columbia to Bonneville Dam an and at Bonneville Dam you have this this big block of concrete in a river with a limited number of fish ladder entrances and so that tends to concentrate fishes ashes. They're milling around trying to find those latter entrances to move further upstream and so as you said it's really shooting fish in a barrel it's very good hunting conditions for the sea lions and so this you know really high opportunity fishing area was developed by the sea lions and now we will tend to get thirty to forty to fifty percent of the Sea Lion Center there in a particular year will return in the next year and they bring buddies with them and so they get to to have a huge impact on salmon and that impact just within a quarter Mile Area Bonneville dam what you can see from the deck of the dam has been over five percent of the run of Spring Kron in many years which is over ten and thousand fish that were observed being eaten just right there at the damage adult fish that are going to spawn that fall so it's a it's a huge hit to the population and then the the impacts are not just a crane at Bonneville Dam but throughout the lower Columbia Columbia River is the influx of of sea lions particularly in the spring is gigantic and the National Marine Fisheries Service has conducted studies where they've tagged Spring Chinook Salmon in the estuary and then they can detect those tags at Bonneville dam and they they have accounted for losses of over two hundred thousand in some years over two hundred thousand Spring Chinook that were lost between the the estuary worry and Bonneville of fish that should have gone up river accounted for harvest accounted for turnoff into lower tributaries and so forth but nearly half of the run in Twenty fifteen and twenty fourteen or eaten by sea lions in river. Yeah I have a question okay okay first of all. How do you tag salmon so so these are using key tags is passive transmitter? It's a an rfid tag so it's very similar to say it's the same thing that they put in dogs for the to do the if you WanNa have your dog tagged with a with a tag so if it's a stray dog and they locate it they can have that you know build sustain technology that's used in cars and stuff for your your Bob to turn on and off your car or lock it in any way so you would do they caught those fish with with Gill Nets Tangle Nancy would then bring fish in put these tags exit and they're very small there about twelve millimeters and so it's injected with with just a syringe into the into the flesh of the fish and then it retains in there and NSA cross detection area that will The tag will then emits myth to signal and they're all individually coded so you know each individual tag and then the do they like follow the tag inside the stomach of the sea lion or I mean how do you know for sure that the sea lions were eating them. It's it's sort.
"national marine fisheries service" Discussed on AP News
"The AP digital news network conservation groups say beluga whales and other marine mammals could be harmed in Alaska's cook inlet by new federal rules the center for biological diversity and cook inlet keeper are now suing the national marine fisheries service in hopes of blocking rules that would allow certain oil and gas operations by hill core Alaska the groups say marine life could be heard or disrupted the agency said its analysis indicates the rules will not contribute to or worsen the observed decline of the cook inlet beluga whale population the lawsuit says the analysis wasn't as rigorous or comprehensive as it should have been an agency spokeswoman says its policies not to comment on litigation. Michigan could become the first state to ban flavored E. cigarettes governor Gretchen Witmer a Democrat announced Wednesday that she ordered the state health department to issue emergency rules prohibiting the sale and any misleading marketing of flavored nicotine vaping products she said in a written statement she wants to stop companies that are using candy flavors in her words to hook children on nicotine the federal government and nearly every state bar the sale of the cigarettes to minors which were says Michigan will be the first to ban flavored vaping products including for adults. whatever it was that sparked the inferno aboard the dive boat conception that killed thirty four people in the waters off southern California is being investigated but vital evidence may have gone down with the ship or drifted out to sea the main piece of evidence the charred remains of the boat rest below sixty feet of water other items that could provide valuable clues could have been carried away by tides or destroyed in the blaze that burned so hot that DNA is needed to identify the dead a highly experienced investigator tells the AP the leading causes about fires are often electrical problems however truth Aquatics the owner and operator of the conception had a good reputation and a clean record of service and is not consider the type of opted to use do it yourself electrical wiring. Dorian and the coast I'm to acquire the navy news been at a steady rate is falling.
"national marine fisheries service" Discussed on AP News
"Okay boys running back Ezekiel Elliott you so he to press reports the team and Elliot have come to terms on a ninety million dollars six year contract extension the deal makes him the highest paid running back in the NFL and ends his preseason long hold out now it has two years remaining on his current deal which guarantees and fifty million dollars the cowboys have high expectations this season coming off their first playoff win with Elliott and quarterback dak Prescott they want to end up the east titles in three seasons together however team owner Jerry Jones appeared to be standing Pat so you just last week he expected that we had sold out to last past the season opener it's expected to be in camp Wednesday. conservation groups say beluga whales and other marine mammals could be harmed in Alaska's cook inlet by new federal rules the center for biological diversity and cook inlet keeper are now suing the national marine fisheries service in hopes of blocking rules that would allow certain oil and gas operations by hill core Alaska the groups say marine life could be heard or disrupted the agency said its analysis indicates the rules will not contribute to or worsen the observed decline of the cook inlet beluga whale population the lawsuit says the analysis wasn't as rigorous or comprehensive as it should have been an agency spokeswoman said this policy is not to comment on litigation. the motel museum is getting a cash infusion from the man who built the Motown music empire berry Gordy's donating four million dollars toward a project to expand the museum house to the Detroit building where Motown records started the Motown museum said Gordy's gift is the largest individual donations to the project which coincides with Motown's sixtieth anniversary Gordy said he's excited about the future of the museum and happy to support it museum expansion plans announced in twenty sixteen include interactive exhibits performance theater recording studios and expanded retail area and meeting spaces Gordy launched the company in nineteen fifty nine and moved to Los Angeles in nineteen seventy two is late sister Esther Gordie Edwards launched museum of the former Hitsville USA headquarters.
"national marine fisheries service" Discussed on KOMO
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"national marine fisheries service" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The too bald eagle chicks that hatched earlier this month of big bear lake receiving more than twelve hundred name suggestions twenty five drawn randomly and given to third graders at big bear elementary schools to have the final say eagles up here on the third grade. And in the past always named the eagles this time. We got other everybody involved in suggestions. And then they got to pick the winner. Sandy steers executive director of friends of big bear valley, which operates the big bear bald eagle nest. Cam says they received name suggestion. From all over the place from Germany a lot all over the US. And there was some from. I think it was Peru somewhere in South America. As for the eaglets. She says they've already grown quite a bit. With one practicing flapping wings. They will be fully grown in about ten or eleven weeks. Margaret caro- KNX ten seventy News Radio or looking into why more than thirty gray whales died along the west coast since the start of the year that number is much higher than usual. Most of the dead whales were found along California's coast Justin green with the National Marine Fisheries service tells KNX researchers have noticed a lot more skinny whales swimming to and from Alaska. Animals. We assume that the issue is prey availability. Now is that me and that there is not enough prey or too many animals in a certain area. Feeding we're still trying to figure that out more gray whales than usual been spotted trying to feed marinas harbours import areas, he says, well, scientists are concerned about the increase in the gray whale population is still healthy. Stroll twenty Joan Doniger checks, your money companies are charging us for now for everything from tissues to diapers detergent to soda and don't forget washing machines.
"national marine fisheries service" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Available in all states or situations. It's three fifty three. It can't extend seventy scientists looking into why more than thirty gray whales have died along the west coast since the start of the year now that number is high. It's unusual. Anyway, most of the dead whales were found right here long, California, sussed ingredient is with the National Marine Fisheries service. He says researchers have done as a lot more. Skinny Wales wing to and from Alaska. Animals. We assume that the issue is. Now is that me and that there is not enough prey or too many animals in a certain area. Feeding we're still trying to figure that out. Greenman also says more gray whales unusual been spotted trying to feed in marinas harbours port areas. He says that while scientists are concerned about the increase in deaths Ray, well population is still healthy writer. David milch created the TV shows NYPD blue in deadwood has Alzheimer's seventy four year old tells vulture he was diagnosed after a brain scan about a year ago after I noticing changes in his behavior and focus about five years ago. Four time EMMY award winner who's also nominated for three Grammy awards and an Academy Award. He got a star on Hollywood's walk fame. He's a writer. He's a director. He's a screen actor voice actor, he's a singer. He's of producer. He's also very controversial types is they miss Suffolk for I am privileged and humbled to take my place. Among a great many Hollywood notables whose names also adorn this walk of fame Hollywood legends such as Donald.
"national marine fisheries service" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Pete Demetrio KNX ten seventy NewsRadio the seven puppies that were dumped in the trash sealed inside a plastic bag or being cared for and a foster home. The woman accused of dumping them as looking up to. Seven years in prison. If she's convicted what about the thirty eight dogs founded our home, though, the home in Coachella is in a severe state of disrepair, but the dogs weren't in as bad shape, as you would expect according to John Welch with Riverside County animal services, they're being cared for shelter in and poems. Welts tells KNX those dogs still technically belonged to Debra Cowell. So they can't do anything with them until she relinquishes ownership. Do that. And that's her right? Meanwhile, every God is causing her a Bill to be paid their the board and care of those animals in any medications that we provide those dogs that's on her not the taxpayers Riverside County. She'll be on the hook for every day everything. One of those dogs is being cared for. Well, says he hopes that'll pressure her to give up the dogs in animal services and find homes for them and reunite the mother with their puppies. Rub. Archer KNX ten. Seventy NewsRadio pictures, the puppies can't extend seventy dot com. Scientists looking into why more than thirty gray whales have died along the west coast since the start of the year, the numbers higher than usual. Most of the dead whales were found along California testing agreement with the National Marine Fisheries service as researchers have noticed a lot more skinny Wales while swimming to and from Alaska. We assume that the issue is. Now is that me and that there is not enough prey or too many animals in a certain area. Feeding we're still trying to figure that out. Krugman says more gray whales than usual have been spotted trying to feed marinas harbors and even in port areas. Suspect in a deadly hit and run crashes. Surrendered nineteen year old Christopher Smith turned himself in Hollywood as accused of the death of Andrew Millar mantra, Australia spent more than a decade in prison for a crime. He didn't even come in. Sorry for.
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"Bad a big rig overturning a crash on the sixty and industry jamming up traffic. It's a Sigler but traffic will help in two minutes. It's too Twenty-three shines looking into why more than thirty gray whales have died along the west coast since the start of the year number that's much higher than usual. Most of the dead whales found along our coasts, just ingredient with the National Marine Fisheries service tells KNX researchers have noticed a lot more skinny Wales swimming to and from Alaska. Animals. We assume that the issue is prey availability. Now is that me and that there is not enough prey or too many animals in a certain area. Feeding we're still trying to figure that out more gray whales than usual been spotted trying to feed marinas harbours ports serious. He says while scientists are concerned about the increase in deaths the gray whale population. It's still healthy officials in Newport Beach, say in a legal trail through a protected wilderness area destroyed habitat that was there for fifty years city. Recreation senior services director, Laura dweller tells can next they're looking into how the seven hundred foot trail was cut in the buck gully reserve. And animals that live within that area. So removal of on coastal sage scrub is certainly a major concern of ours. She says it'll take a while before the area can be fully restored. There are two legal trail loops in the reserve that people can use. Deputy cliff and may may not be protected by the first amendment. The LA county oversight commission is now launching a new investigation into the groups more at the bottom of the.
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"Says, there's no end in sight to the price hikes. Gregg Hersholt, KOMO news. Researchers are trying to figure out what caused a gray whale today was found Elliott bay over the weekend and removed by crews today experts with Noah's say the gray whale appears to be juvenile, but they're not going to know for sure until crops. He is performed it's being done. By the Cascadia research. Collective defense. Government says by Tober it will. Propose expanded orca habitat protections off Washington, Oregon and California come Bill O'neil reports comes in response to a lawsuit filed by the Zona base center for biological diversity. That group filed a lawsuit last year to make the government move more quickly to protect the endangered orcas. The conservation group says the National Marine Fisheries service has been dragging its feet and designating critical habitat for the whales and foraging in my gracious areas under the Endangered Species Act federal agencies must ensure that activities they pay for permit or carry out do not harm such habitat. The whale spend their summers in the waters between Washington state and Canada. But about two thirds of the year they migrate and forage for Sam off the west coast. Bologna, KOMO news one of the main players in a huge. Poaching. Ring busted in two thousand seventeen has been sentenced in order to pay a fine Joseph dill's putting guilty to multiple charges related to illegally hunting and killing big game including bear and Bob cats and using dogs in those hunts much of the disturbing kills recorded on video. Mike sense. He is the deputy chief of enforcement for the Washington department. Officiant wildlife, he spoke with coin TV first reaction is I almost vomit made me sick to my stomach captain, Jeff wicker. She also with fish and wildlife said it was clear from the video all the players were just in it for the thrill people killing animals to kill animals. There was no really other motive behind it. Other than these individuals wanted to kill the.
Jenny Atkinson, Whale Museum and Tucker discussed on Ron and Don
"J. pod here in the, great, Pacific northwest you have seventy five workers and it could be. Seventy four in a matter of days we've been talking about j. fifty known as scarlet that's her name and she hasn't been doing well and j thirty-five hasn't been doing. Well either that's the grieving mother who's been carrying her dead calf since July, twenty fourth two. Thousand eighteen so we have an update though Jenny Atkinson kind enough to stop by from the whale museum and. Friday harbor she joins us, right now and Jenny has been a couple of days without seeing the orcas What do we know about Jay fifty and words j. pod hey Ron and Don I'm with you and I appreciate. The chance to talk to you and all. Your awesome listeners I wish we had more to say the, last we heard they had a sighting of j. pod to wander. Few stood up pretty far out so they haven't come into the inland waters? For, us. To really do? A health assessment but the. Team is assembled and ready. To do that as soon as they get within range, were, they able to see his j. thirty five still carrying her. Her dead calf we have had no reports on that since since they went out last week so everybody is pretty much focused on trying to get a good look at. Scarlet to try to do the center of attention 'cause issue very accurately described, to be getting. She is a four year old killer whale pretty poor condition and they're trying to figure out how to get. Her son help can you, explain the politics of the waters of this waters in the future It sound because we have American waters and we have Canadian. Waters in the orcas they don't care which side of the line there on That's so true and I will be very, honest there aren't any politics that I can't explain anywhere in, the world but I do know that in both nowhere fisheries the west coast fisheries and fisheries and oceans. In Canada on their good communications, and they're talking these things through a lot of what we're. Trying to figure out right now is unprecedented so it's as, we're getting information definitely a health assessment to figure out how to help her and. Then depending on what treatment they kind of moved towards. You have to have authorisation permits from both of the federal government cause to right she can go back and forth. Across that dotted line so there's definitely a. Lot of communications between the two trying. To figure out what can be authorized on either? Side I lived definitely agreed on this health assessment undershot, forgot exactly what's. Wrong with her and what would be? The best course of treatment how you're in a boat in these are killer whales. These majestic creatures how do you get a health assessment When they're. Swimming by how does that work Jenny Yeah so I want to be clear so the whale, museum is a partner on the surfer that we're we're going. To still have our sound watch program out there we have a second platform out there to help, with creating that protective perimeter as well as communications but you have biologists and scientists that are on other. Types of decibels that will do some fun things there's one, program that's run through the National Marine Fisheries service and they're gonna extend poll over the top of her, head so that when she surfaces and she exhales it'll send up that spray of water that the air causes to come off her blowhole and they're going. To capture some of that on a Petri dish and that will give them some information. About the pathogens that she might be affected by and, there was a story in the. News last week I think about some early analysis second thing that's going to happen is the university of Washington has a program called conservation? Biology And that's the k nine and the canine standards for the dog. So that's her dogs that have been trained to sniff out orca poop and they will. Travel along behind her and hope that she tensor business, in the water and then they'll. Scoop it up with the net and they can discipline analysis that way too that is incredible Never. Heard of that That will be the number one read story. On mynorthwest dot com if really will be photo of the, canine dog dot org If you if you do a search on the internet. BBC what's your a couple of, years and they have video of checker who was the, rock star of the poop sniffing dogs, he's just retired this last year but you. Can see a video, of Tucker and action and it is amazing that these dogs they get, into wind, cone so to speak so they're down wind you know how smells travel down when and when he gets. The sent he goes the dogs go into position like they've smelled it and they're not gonna break concentration until, they get there so the. Driver just kind of pays attention, to the dog and the handler until they get on, this poop they collect up. The poop the dog does a good job. So they get the toy that they've associated. With that and then they. Go crazy and that's trying to go back, to work so it's a. Really fun video to watch could. Orca poops sniffing dogs if, you, just Google that you'll find it what's his. Name is Tucker we're looking at Tucker right now so thank you for the hey how this your dog's name is DO. Okay you need some love to because does a great job How can we as. Humans help scarlet and Wales, like, scarlet in Wales like j. pod what are. We doing wrong and how do we make it better So Where humans and we tend to live our lives and the, president not think about long term. Effects so I just would encourage folks to look at places like the whale museum has a page on. It site of FAQ frequently asked questions on how to help orcas and we have some suggestions, there but it's everything from consume ability to promoting support of environmental actions as well as legislative. Actions so whether whichever side of the border, Iran both countries have management as well as nonprofit programs that are trying to do things like restore fish rounds and recover fisheries as well as clean up the water that are loaded with toxins and reduce the pressures from. Decimals so anywhere along there that if you happen to be your voter, in you're, out make sure you know that they will wise guidelines in the federal regulations and give those wells all the respect that you can't have plenty of distance to go about their daily. Lives because, frankly we're playing in their living room and they deserve our. Respect they really do,
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"And this year they are waking up to hard frosts and the cold temps keep bees in their hives as well putting a pause on pollination smaller fruit and nuts harvest mean higher prices of course and in terms of crops in california's forty five billion dollar agricultural industry nuts including almonds and walnuts ranked first in value and then comes grapes the six billion dollar nut business employs more than one hundred thousand people in the state i'm jason middleton and federal officials are considering putting a west coast am and on the list of threatened or endangered species the national marine fisheries service says it will investigate whether to give protected status to spring run chinook salmon in and around the klamath river and finally former san francisco giants dr tim lindsay come we'll try to revive his career in texas reports say the twotime cy young award winner has reached a one year deal the play with the rangers lindsay economists 33 years old and has now played since a short stint with anaheim in team this news reports monster by first five california just like reading on a regular basis activities involving early math we'll give your child headstart in kindergarten get more at first five california dot com we will see a partly cloudy skies tonight in a change by tomorrow afternoon when the first of the storm coup moves in in a stronger storm thursday and friday now better but dr drew on kja dan do i have lord's lawn dr drew if we just reading that the amazon has bought the ringing and did you invest in rangel did not overnight but i keep thinking of at a gift for some light rain was something that now now that emmys had volvo wanna know what they're going.
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"The 3s wbz news time eleven twenty four snow is on the way let's get the fourday wbz accuweather forecast for meteorologist dean divorce cloudy skies for the most part here as we go through the afternoon up to thirty two snow arrives later tonight at think out of the gate tomorrow morning slippery conditions throughout the region temperatures will be in the upper twenty senior thirty at the start of the day we'll get up in the low to mid thirties and even a little bit higher along the coasts were some rain may mix in even changing over terrain on the coast south coast in the cape tomorrow but then back to snow before ending the storm will give us three to six inches generally of slushie accumulation around the city icier and snow your north and west of the city and less to the south unease friday in the thursday and friday will be a mix of sun and clouds and highs in the low to mid thirty's both those days i'm accuweather meteorologist to board wbz newsradio 1030 and presently in chelsea we have twenty seven degrees in bridgewater it's thirty three in newton twenty eight degrees and in downtown boston were showing thirty one degrees under overcast skies wbz news time eleven 25 time for our green bloomberg minute federal scientists have determined that a family of widely used pesticides poses a risk to dozens of threatened species including pacific salmon atlantic sturgeon and orcas in puget sound the now national marine fisheries service issued its new biological opinion on three organophosphate pesticides after a yearslong court fight by environmental groups at the urging of pesticide manufacturers the trump administration had sought in court to delay the findings by two years the exhaustive thirty seven hundred page review conclusely corp heroes and malathion jeopardize thirty eight out of the seventy seven species under jurisdiction of the fisheries service and the diazinon threatened 25 unlisted species last march epa administrator scott pruitt reversed an obama era effort to bar the use of corporal foes on fruits and vegetables even after peerreviewed academic studies found that just tiny levels of exposure could harm development of.
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"Adleman herrick administration national marine fisheries service is author using the eis could deci what they're comment might be and how there could be so we did mention that it well there's a federal marine mammal protection act and so we want it to be sure that that we talked about that other thing you didn't mention that we did in our continent or invasive i'm sure the public is well aware of water hyacinths and all these crazy apple now that are out in the estuary the more freshwater you prompted to hear from you have to think about things that are are gonna come with it um we know in karaban bafing get water hyacinth beto basically cocao out waterway you can't even drive you about now so we were very concerned about that are we offer did mention nutrients like if that you can take a look at the dead down in there that a lot of nutrients that are common are coming out of the mississippi river and what happened when we introduce that enter the wetlands i know i us gf national wound threepart senate been doing a good bit of research on that and enter vodka we want people to know that even think like microplastics are going to be uh uh more oreo pay more of them uh in animal as larger volume of order come into the wild ones i think the navigation industry is engaged and i'm sure they probably off that make comment uh we currently have of course a davar's david pon well i have probably have different admit barataria coming into think about how much water we're going to draw down out of that river servette that people can can heal now the gate i think another thing were really concerned about it possible plotting we're not sure i if all the model are completely gone tell us what influence we'll have also related to wind i mean i don't think that dan i driver that.
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"Newsradio this week's political addresses on the web take on some pretty different topics president trump wants a trillion dollars to rebuild the nation's infrastructure america is going to build again under budget and ahead of schedule democrats focused on healthcare where the senate is at work a plan senate majority leader mitch mcconnell said this week he may use reconciliation passing a bill with a simple majority fifty one votes instead of the usual sixty oregon senator ron wyden used the democrats addressed to say that's a bad idea reconciliation amounts doing my way or the highway approach the senate could vote before late july pat piper washington the trump administration wants to look for oil and natural gas under the atlantic ocean using seismic air guns proposal that does not sit well with a south jersey congressman the national marine fisheries service once permit it's the weu to use those air guns from delaware to central florida republican congressman frank low biondo is dead set against that proposal this was started by president obama while he was in office with his department of commerce and it was a dangerous and dumb idea then at continues to be a dangerous and dumb idea now the oil and gas industry is pushing for the surveys and five companies have apply through the interior department could get those permits low biondo says those test could prove risky to shore fishing and tourism is pushing congressional colleagues particularly living in shoreline states try to convince the white house fact all kyw news time twelve 52 here's traffic and transit on the tubes.