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How The Coronavirus Pandemic Is Affecting Environment

Environment: NPR

07:50 min | 2 months ago

How The Coronavirus Pandemic Is Affecting Environment

"Since the pandemic hit air travel in the. Us is down ninety five percent the morning rush hour. Traffic report has become a necessary. Many of you are asking what impact all this is having on the environment. So Lauren summer is with us. She covers climate change for NPR. And it's good to have you back. Lauren Hi Ari. Let's start with a question that a lot of listeners have asked this one comes from Walker in Ames Iowa the oil consumption due to know car travel and almost no air travel must be much less. Is this lack of carbon dioxide production low enough to meet the goals of the Paris accord is more than enough just to remind listeners? The goals of the Paris accord that was to keep global temperatures from going up two degrees Celsius with an aim of less than one point five degrees Celsius What's the impact of this slowdown of the global economy? Lorne yes so as you might expect. It is having effect on global carbon emissions largely because demand for oil and coal has really fallen. And this is all over not just a US right. I mean so. Scientists are starting to put out studies projecting. What would this look like by the end of the year? If activity continues you know we all stay locked down a little bit and they're coming up with maybe an eight percent drop in carbon emissions For this year now okay. That would actually be unprecedented. I know it sounds like a small number. That's bigger than the drops during the last recession or World War Two But here's the thing that is about the level scientists save. The world needs to be cutting emissions every year until twenty thirty to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. That's you know that one point five degrees Celsius that you mentioned and I think scientists are also pointing out you know shutting down. The economy is not the way to kind of reach. Those long-term emission cuts right right. These bigger and missions changes like switch to renewable energy. Okay we got a lot of questions. Also about some of the short-term environmental impacts of the pandemic. This one comes from Lois in Raleigh North Carolina. This is the most beautiful spring filled with crystal clear low humidity days here in. North Carolina is having fewer cars on the road or the factories closed affect the weather brought about the global shut down factories. Might that be affecting the weather here. I've heard a lot of people wondering about this actually clearer. It is yes in a lot of cities it's gotten cleaner you know. People are driving less in some cities. I mean car. Traffic is down. Forty fifty percents. Planes are not flying either. So that's actually helped improve local air quality But it is very important to say. The weather plays a huge role in your local air pollution. So if it rains you know it clears the air and the spring typically is not like the summer. It's not our worst season for air pollution. Other places actually though haven't really seen much of a drop because there are things like factories and refineries that are still emitting and you know trucks are still on the roads. Goods are still being delivered to stores. Right I understand you've been talking with some scientists who are studying the effect of having so few cars on the road and the well. What are they trying to understand? Exactly yeah I mean. This is a particular interest in cities that have really problematic air and in those cities you know. They have to try to figure out. What can we change to improve air quality? I mean this is actually kind of just a real world test of that one. Scientists told me that you know this would be like if in Los Angeles for example. A third of the cars on the road were switched to all electric cars. Don't burn gasoline. They get electricity and in California. A lot of that comes from solar and renewable. So it's cleaner. We have one listener. Who wants to know whether this pandemic environmental damage? Here's Valerie in Arizona. We hear a lot about the air pollution being reduced but not much about the increase fiction styrofoam especially in food service. What about the possible? Negative effects on the environment from Corona virus. That's a good point. All these restaurants that have switched to delivery or takeout. That's a lot of plastic. Yeah I think people are seeing a lot more containers. People are also seeing masks and plastic gloves kind of thrown on the grounds. I think the pandemic is affecting our efforts to reduce plastic waste For Example California. Just put a sixty day pause on its plastic bag ban and that's out of concern for frontline workers right. They're the ones that are handling people's reusable grocery bags when they bring them into the store. Starbucks also is is not refilling those reusable coffee mugs for that same reason. It's about reducing exposure and are groups. You know they've been largely supportive of these temporary measures because people's lives are on the line but I think they're keeping a close eye to make sure that these are actually temporary measures. Right and these larger initiatives to reduce plastic waste kind of comeback at some point if you have a question for NPR's Lawrence Somerset to us at NPR dot org slash national conversation or on twitter use the HASHTAG NPR conversation and our next listener question comes from Laura Intel Keaton Alaska. What effect is this virus having on? Wildlife? I'm thinking of the fact that there's less people out and about and that means there's more room for wildlife I've seen some photos of a Lotta ducks resting in a parking lot while bores and sheep walking down the street. There's a lot of this on social media. Is it just that were home more? So we see the animals more or the animals actually coming out in places that they didn't ordinarily yeah. I mean that's hard to tell right. A lot of us are kind of just looking out the window. Maybe seeing things we didn't see before but some of it is a hoax. Right on social media you know. Maybe you saw those dolphins that were. They weren't actually there. Yeah I'm sorry about that but this they're actually real effects. Scientists are trying to study. You know I spoke to one wildlife rescue center in California. That said you know right now. It's seal and sea lion pumping season. You know every year some pups are concerned because of human interference like people or maybe dogs getting too close and so they're kind of that this year they merely a reprieve for them because some beaches are closed Another really good example is Wales. There's just less shipping traffic right now. And so. The oceans are less and wheels are very sensitive to sound. It's actually Something scientists after nine eleven because there was also a drop in shipping traffic and scientists could actually measure that stress hormones in right. Whales went down during that time period. Interesting we got a question about what's happening to environmental regulations during the pandemic Mike in Portland writes to the EPA suspended environmental rules so companies. Don't have to follow them any longer. Lauren Bizarre Policy Change while everyone was focused on the disease. Yeah in in March the EPA announced that it would not be finding companies if they failed to report their pollution data during the pandemic so an example of this might be that a refinery is reporting. It's air emissions to make sure that they're complying with Federal Clean Air Laws. The agency said that this needed to happen. Because the pandemic is making it harder for staff to collect the safety data and and do social distancing at the same time environmental groups really push back quite strongly. They felt this was too broad. It sent a message to industries. That maybe they would have the freedom to break environmental laws if no one was really checking during this time period just on our final moments so many of the changes were talking about depend on social distancing when the economy returns to something like normal are the gains. We've seen going to be reversed right so we all are starting to get back in our cars and fly. Go back to work industries ramping. Up You expect these of short-term Games are going to go away. I think there's some hope that the behavioral change though like maybe we'll all work from home it's possible. Npr Science correspondent Lawrence Summer. Thanks for answering these questions tonight. Thanks

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Oil pipeline route changed to save endangered Kenyan zebra with the help of AI and citizen scientists

The Science Show

09:38 min | 3 months ago

Oil pipeline route changed to save endangered Kenyan zebra with the help of AI and citizen scientists

"And finally also the triple. As A. I. TO RESCUE Zemmiri's Dan Rubenstein is a professor of biology at Princeton. Ai Comes in two forms. One is supervised machine learning and the others unsupervised machine learning and we use the supervised version in the sense that we can train algorithms to identify zebras by their stripes by the natural bar codes. And once we do that we're able to take photographs that scientists get or citizens get as they drive around on safari or school kids. Get as they come out to the national parks and we're able to say is this animal and seen before and because most cameras will have A. Gps or at least a time stamp will know where it was seeing and when it was seen so they I can start to tell us who went and wear an animal is on the landscape and then we can start to put together. Descriptions and visualizations of its movements. We can look at where it's home ranges are this because particularly important because in one example. We've always been troubled. Why WANTS PEACE? Zebra gravy Zebra with the long thin stripes in the white belly in the Big Round. Mickey Mouse years are much less Paris than the Common Zebra. The planes eve which had big fat stripes that touch under the belly and it turns out. It's because the plains Zebra drink every day and they go to water and around waters lots of Deng and Deng have parasitic eggs from nematodes that then mature into questing larvae and the larvae. Then wait on the grass to be ingested and so by going to the water every day they reinfecting themselves frequently but the gravy zebra are arid adapted. They only have to come to water. Abouts every three to five days and so we thought Maybe they're so far from water whether very few dung piles whether it's very few questing larvae. They don't get infected as much. Maybe they're healthier because of that test that with you take pictures of animals at waterholes. You don't know how often they come there but if you measure their home range and make the assumption that if the home rages close to water. They use water a lot in the central. Did the home ranges far from water. Then they won't use that waterhole very often and hence they'll be grazing where there are may being larvae. We were able to prove this. Isn't that wonderful now? What if you had no air? What if you had no pictures? How long would it take you to get to that point to understand what's going on you know? In the old days in the old days I used to hand draw every zebra stripes and I would go through and look at my pictures. Then we have one hundred animals. That's easy but when you've got thousands of animals and thousands of new drawings to be processed. You'd be there all year just looking at pictures not doing the science so over time. I worked with different types of technologies all of which sped up the work a little. But it's the machine learning and it's in what we call wild book. We've created facebook for animals where we have images for whale sharks and leopards and Cheetahs and zebras we can process tens of thousands of images so the AI. Naturally speeds up the work. It changes the scale at which you can operate on no longer. You restricted studying a few animals that you put. Gps collars on you can study the majority of the individuals in a population and therefore make inferences. That are probably going to be more biologically accurate and to get all these pictures from even kids in the field on holiday. Whatever is the public willing to hand these other limb to you the gravy Zebra which is very endangered species. No one actually knew how many there were. Everyone's said about two thousand. Maybe twenty five hundred and with numbers that have high variability. No government is going to invest very heavily in projects to try to conserve the species. If they're not really sure if they're at risk and so how. Do you get really good numbers. Will you help blitz? And we do it on a Saturday and Sunday two days in a row but we don't have to invasive Lee touch these animals because they naturally bar coded but how do you get all the images around twenty five thousand square kilometers. Well you work with the many publics and Kenya you work on the conservancies up north by giving cameras with GPS recording ability to the people in the communities that share the landscape with the zebras and their livestock then you can also close Konare. Ob still five hours away. You can engage the public to come up for a weekend. We get discounts from the hotel's people bring their kids and go camping. The kids get to use their parents cameras. For the first time we bring school kids up from the slums of Nairobi. And blend them with the kids. From the landscapes. We work out in the immortal bushy areas so they get to see kids from different lifestyles so becomes a social experiment. Social Novelty Fun weekend and we get about forty or fifty thousand images from this and we do it. What animals are seeing on Day One? What animals are seen on Day? Two and then we very simple question. What fraction of animals that were seen on Day Two? We're seeing on day one and this allows us to estimate the population size using simple statistics. Let me ask you a slightly political question. Let's say you've found an endangered species in small numbers and there's a major development happening and you go to the people who in charge of this major development with millions. And you say there's a problem. What kind of response do you get? That's happened in the real world with us in Kenya. So we noticed on one particular. The Zebra numbers were going down and we knew that the lions were adapting to the very predictable movements of the prey. The zebras we also know it was a conservancy that had eco-tourism so the people wanted to both see endangered grabby Zebra and they want the sea. Lions so lion numbers are very high and they were just picking off the gravy Zebra and we went to the Kenya. Wildlife Service and said. Could we do some adoptive management and experiment with reproductive control not to eliminate the lines but the slow the line growth rate so that both species could coexist and their initial response was well in nature this predators and prey and they have to learn to live with each other and so our request was denied? We weren't asking for any money. We're just asking permission to use this contraceptive technique after the great gravity's rally when we shared the data for the number of Grevy Zebras by county and most counties had about thirty percent recruits. That's Vince one. Year olds in two year olds are mathematical models say that a population will sustain itself. Bits bits about thirty percent made of these juveniles and infants. They saw the population on the part of Mary. County as being the only one way out of line when they saw that we now can use birth control and that comes because when we talked to the cabinet secretary said I believe your numbers and I believe your analysis because you didn't get the data. The public got the data. My citizens got the data from the pastoral people to the school kids to the urbanites middle-class in Nairobi. It was a national effort and by making sure that everybody got involved. Those numbers become real. In the minds of policymakers and sways them to change their behavior. Sure but what? If it's pipeline motivates with millions millions of dollars and examples that indeed Kenya discovered oil and its northwest corner and move that oil to Lamu on the coast. A NEW PIPELINE NEEDS TO BE BUILT. Pipelines caused lots of problems in the US issues everywhere. This pipeline this fears that it's going to disrupt animal movements because corridors are going to be blocked that animals views. And if you don't know where the cars are and you don't know where the hot spots are where the animals breed and where they get their resources. There's really no way you're going to be able to try to attenuate these negative consequences so all our data showing where the animals are and where the babies were and where the moms were and where their home ranges were and how they move by season. We were able to demonstrate that the route of the pipeline has it was proposed would not only go right through the nursery area where the MOMS take the babies to fatten quickly but it also blocked a lot of the carters that allowed them to get to the dry season. Refuge is where the food was that they needed when the rain stopped. We then wrote up a report. As part of the environmental impact statement assessment and the government and the Pipeline Committee realized that with the iconic historic species the gravy Zebra being only two thousand eight hundred left on in Kenya and the basically three thousand left on the planet. Because they have a few hundred Ethiopia. They decided to change the pipeline. And that cost many. Millions of dollars weld Yeah that's where science matters but again it's science not done by the Shamans wearing the white coat in the experts at science. That's a partnership between the muddy booty colleges the technologists that have Ai. That make the day to get gathered at a different scale. In both time and space we can get it quickly and we can get it wide ranging and to get that they that we need the public and so by blending those three partners. That's what makes government's move professor. Dan Rubenstein at Princeton and AAA S. The public that's you make government's move. He said

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"sea lion" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:07 min | 3 months ago

"sea lion" Discussed on WGN Radio

"This this thanks dad at sea lion and there you go did you if you do it again next week to jokey jokey jokey ten one of the poorest preachers has run three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number for talking text right here on seven twenty WGN it's a tough it's a tough time right now we all know that but we're here and we're gonna keep you entertained we're gonna keep you informed and it's twenty four seven right here on WG and I'm here eleven PM to four AM every weekday morning and that will keep you well entertained everything during the overnight hours very important times and there you go so I don't know if you know you saw this this story you know a lot of people trying to you know because everybody can be you know a quarantined in their house and stuff I'm they're they're trying to people are trying to keep themselves amused you know were or were staying inside we're watching a lot of TV or watching movies or listening to music but sometimes you just you know you want to sing and do we have the audio for this if you can find it because this is true this is true apartment dwellers in Rogers park sing Livin on a prayer during social distancing inspired by videos of Italian singing from their balconies during the covert nineteen locked down a group of Rogers park neighbor saying some Bon Jovi together last week the event was posted to Facebook and it generated a lot of interest I think we all need to be coming together the neighbor said I feel energized right now feel good and feel like I can make it through another day of this the movement actually got the attention of Bon Jovi himself that's pretty cool so the Italians are outside on their balconies there you know they were seeing and I love the fact that the same more pics I was like wow all right do we have any audio this can we find it it's pretty great.

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Washington state ‘road hazard’ turns out to be lost 600-pound sea lion, sheriff says

Dan O'Donnell

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Washington state ‘road hazard’ turns out to be lost 600-pound sea lion, sheriff says

"Road hazard that had police called to a highway in Washington state turned out to be a very lost six hundred pounds C. Alliant found wandering along the forest road a significant distance away from the water Bassett mammal spotted on Garlock road outside of Castle Rock a city just north of the Oregon border officials say they believe the sea lion had ventured so far from its normal waters by traveling up a creek from the Cowlitz river a sheriff's sergeant took a selfie with the unexpected road hazard before back up arrived and they were able to get the sea lions back into its normal habitat

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San Francisco sea lions celebrated 30 years after invading the docks

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:23 sec | 5 months ago

San Francisco sea lions celebrated 30 years after invading the docks

"Locals and tourists can't get enough of the sea lions that now live on the docks of San Francisco Bay we've reported extensively about the sea lions anniversary CBS news correspondent John Blackstone now tells us the merchants and city officials hope that those sea lions never ever leave it was thirty years ago this month that

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The Real Edge of the World

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:08 min | 6 months ago

The Real Edge of the World

"Today the edge of the world. We'll call it lands lands end for this story. It's located at thirty seven point seven seven three nine latitude. One twenty two point two five degrees longitude. It's positioned in both the north and Western Hemisphere. Hint here is located in the western region of the United States bordered by the state of Oregon Data Arizona the country of Mexico and the Pacific Ocean. Give up the state is California. The edge of the world or lands end is a rocky and windswept shoreline at the mouth of the Golden Gate. The northwest corner of San Francisco long before Europeans arrived arrived in North America. The Aloni tribe lived at lands end in seasonal settlements. Here that the ocean's edge. They found everything they needed. Hillside Springs brings gushing with freshwater trees brush for shelters and easy access to the shore where they fished and hunted for Otters Sea Lions seabirds the Spanish settlement of San Francisco which began in seventeen seventy six ended the Aloni traditional life at lands end under Mexican rule this rugged luggage section of coastline was part of a large land. Grant called Rancho After California joined the US the only visitors to this secluded in inaccessible area were naturalists. Who braved the long journey out to the coastline to observe marine life after the gold. Rush San Francisco's population exploded. And the downtown became very crowded with new buildings and neighborhoods real estate developers. Lucky for new you ways to make money saw what is now called land's end and is unparalleled beauty and excellent place for a new restaurant. Overlook entrepreneur designed the new cliff house as a fashionable resort for the wealthy and encouraged San Franciscans to travel out to the city's edge to help people get to this far off place. A private company constructed a brand new road called point Lobos Avenue making travel to this picturesque rural place. Much easier by the eighteen sixties. A horse drawn stagecoach made the trip every day. Sunday from crowded. Downtown San San Francisco out to lance end during the eighteen eighties. Millionaire Adolph Sutro. Purchased property at lands and dramatically. Dramatically transformed the area into a popular seaside destination. Sutro strongly believed that. All San Francisco's rich or poor should take advantage manage of lance ends beauty to provide inexpensive transportation. He constructed a passenger steam train from downtown San Francisco. To Land's end for the affordable fare of five cents shooter designed and funded the elegant sutro Heights public gardens the famous sutro baths in the eighteen. Ninety six this clip house which replaced the original building after it burned but it says if spirit protects lands and cliff house burned to the ground three times times once was all it took to destroy the world famous sutro baths they burned in nineteen sixty condos or were under construction on the same side also burned today people visit lands and are never seen again the number of suicides climbs every year the National Park Service has rebuilt the cliff cliff house but sadly there is nothing left of the sutro baths. Still Ruins are worth a visit. The tunnels were used to direct ocean. Water to the three indoor. The pools are still intact and said to be visited by a bee's that crawls from the water and into the tunnel for shelter during storms. And it suggested that you visit the remains of sutro baths or the tunnels during the day. Because it said that the local Satanic Church wanders the ground by night and now you know were the original edge of the world or lands end.

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Sea Lion Rescued From Newport Beach With Gunshot Wounds Later Euthanized

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Sea Lion Rescued From Newport Beach With Gunshot Wounds Later Euthanized

"Oh nine a sea lion has to be euthanized in Orange County after somebody shot it rescuers at the Pacific marine mammal center in Laguna beach named the female sea lion Mandalorian party animal control first reported it to us we sent a team out rescued the animals we brought her back and she determined to be a yearling about a year and a half old but should we noticed she was kind of moving around very funny kind of like she was in pain Chris Gucci with the center says they actually the C. line and found pallets inside her lightly from a rifle Mandalorian in so much pain they had to put her down see this terrible outcome is just makes our hearts think anyone with information on who shot Mandalorian is urged to call the national oceanic and atmospheric administration's law enforcement division Emily Valdez can extend seventy

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Sea Lion Pup Survives Fall Off Bridge Onto Laguna Beach Highway

KNX In Depth with Charles Feldman and Mike Simpson

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Sea Lion Pup Survives Fall Off Bridge Onto Laguna Beach Highway

"The Pacific marine mammal center in Laguna beach is treating an emaciated and dehydrated sea lion pop after it was seriously injured or seriously hurt when apparently a jumped or fell for about thirty feet from a pedestrian bridge Italy so beach right on the Pacific coast highway below and that Merion say that the see line should it make a good recovery once his injuries heal and to get some nourishment people at the mammal center often like to name the animals they help soul with the spirit of Christmas season they call this one lords a leaping

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Galapagos Islands battles 600-gallon oil spill that threatens environmental damage

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Galapagos Islands battles 600-gallon oil spill that threatens environmental damage

"Treasured as an unparalleled location of evolution related discoveries and the soul place on earth where some species live the Galapagos islands of the west coast of South America are under environmental threat today as emergency teams work to contain a six hundred gallon oil spill from a small cargo vessel that overturned the site is Charles Darwin did the research on the Galapagos that led to his theory of evolution and tourists with restrictions can visit the islands which are part of Ecuador this bill occur word on the island of San Cristobal home to sea lions finches and to those world famous giant Galapagos tortoises

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"sea lion" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:08 min | 8 months ago

"sea lion" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Rain is expected tonight lows will be in the mid twenties with wind chills down in the single digits sunny but staying cool on Tuesday look for a high of forty two with the north wind ten to fifteen miles per hour a hard freeze is also expected Wednesday morning by the afternoon though highs will be in the mid fifties I'm in B. C. five meteorologist Samantha Davies we are at forty but it feels like it's in the twenties your news continues at one forty live in the Mercedes Benz of Plano nears center I'm Chris summer get breaking news alerts from KRLD on your phone download the radio dot com app click on the hearts and favorite news radio ten A. see why is that have been heard in the why older helping veterans deal with posttraumatic stress disorder CBS's Carter Evans explains how the veterans and the marine animals or helping one another all of these animals were rescued along orange county's coastline and brought here to the Pacific marine mammal center some sea lions are sick some injured but that right up here call came to us with a broken flipper pulled the hollow by a former marine leads the sea lions for service members course he's been diagnosed with PTSD and that's helped him empathize with wounded animals like this sea lion named desire on I am was very badly entangled and pinned down against the Billy saw a lot of me in silence hi guys I am thought he was doing just fine he was gonna figure it all out on his own right and it's not until someone helps you that you realize how badly you needed the help veterans leases dining Erica tia to levy discovered the program while searching for help for PTSD a lot of time when you get out sourcing and PTSD or lost you're nervous and how'd you have nightmares you can't talk to anybody that's a lot like these animals they have no voice like the military not all the work here is glamorous but these vets agree caring for the animals has a calming effect it clears your.

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Veterans with PTSD help rehabilitate injured sea lions

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:26 min | 8 months ago

Veterans with PTSD help rehabilitate injured sea lions

"See why is that have been heard in the why older helping veterans deal with posttraumatic stress disorder CBS's Carter Evans explains how the veterans and the marine animals or helping one another all of these animals were rescued along orange county's coastline and brought here to the Pacific marine mammal center some sea lions are sick some injured but that right up here call came to us with a broken flipper pulled the hollow by a former marine leads the sea lions for service members course he's been diagnosed with PTSD and that's helped him empathize with wounded animals like this sea lion named desire on I am was very badly entangled and pinned down against the Billy saw a lot of me in silence hi guys I am thought he was doing just fine he was gonna figure it all out on his own right and it's not until someone helps you that you realize how badly you needed the help veterans leases dining Erica tia to levy discovered the program while searching for help for PTSD a lot of time when you get out sourcing and PTSD or lost you're nervous and how'd you have nightmares you can't talk to anybody that's a lot like these animals they have no voice like the military not all the work here is glamorous but these vets agree caring for the animals has a calming effect it clears your

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"sea lion" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

08:15 min | 10 months ago

"sea lion" 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.

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"sea lion" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

03:53 min | 10 months ago

"sea lion" Discussed on Native America Calling

"This is national native news. I'm Megan Camera intres- Tony Gonzalez a documentary focuses on how the high rate of missing and murdered indigenous women is impacting tribes families and communities in Montana as Aaron Bolton reports. The film is aimed at calling policymakers to action. The documentary crew has been filming on reservations throughout Montana. The film is funded by the blank feet nation from the northwestern portion of the State Tribal Business Council Chairman Timothy. Davis says the documentary culinary will advocate for more federal resources and collaboration between tribal state and federal law enforcement evidence found our weaker pursuing this I will close we have any lead type of stuff just not being in the dark. We wanted to be out front. Drive asked the social justice based global indigenous originate council to create the documentary acting president Tim Rogers says the short film well specifically cover the lack of financial resources behind legislation flation regarding missing and murdered indigenous women and underlying issues like poverty and drug addiction show it to different senators different congresspeople defend officials in a public policy environment and once again that will stimulate them to action. We don't WanNa hear anymore. Words words are empty and that's what we're we're focusing on is the call all to action according to testimony given to state lawmakers last year native American woman make up thirty percent of missing persons in Montana Rogers says recent recent state legislation has facilitated more state and tribal cooperation but hopes the film will spur action in Congress. The documentary is scheduled World Premiere at the National Museum of the American Indian in November during a two day festival highlighting the bank feet nation for National Native News. I'm Erin Erin Bolton voters in the Muskogee Creek nation go to the polls this week but one of the candidates will not be eligible to win the Tulsa World Herald reports former the principal chief. George Tiger pleaded guilty last week to one federal count of bribery that came in connection with his work for the Alabama Caserta Tribal Towns Economic Development Board felons cannot serve as principal chief according to the Muskogee Creek nation's constitution however since the candidate withdrawal period has passed tiger will still appear on the ballot and any votes cast for him. We'll be counted. There are nine other candidates on the ballot looking to succeed current principal chief. James Floyd the primary. Mary is the Saturday if no one candidate gets a majority of votes. The two top finishers compete in the November second general election manager for the Muskogee Creek Nation Election Office Nelson Harjo says if tiger has enough votes to win or finish in the top to the tribal have to work with its legal advisers to discuss the ramifications Shins Tiger could not be reached for comment Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez signed the nation's one and a quarter billion dollar twenty twenty budget the fiscal school year starts October first the Farmington Daily Times reports Nez expects the spending plan to be the first in a series of future reductions. The budget includes setting aside side almost eleven million dollars in a contingency fund for twenty twenty. One Navajo budget officials expect revenue constraints because of the looming closures of the Navajo Generating Station nation and the K- anti-mine later this year Las Vegas will soon see its first casino operated by a native American tribe the Las Vegas Review Journal reports Mohegan Oh he can gaming and entertainment has inca deal to operate the gaming space of a hotel that will be renovated into a virgin hotels property. It's currently known as the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Zeno the renovated gaming property is slated to open in late twenty twenty Mohegan gaming and entertainment will operate the sixty thousand square foot casino Nevada regulators must still oh approve the deal for national native news. I'm making camera..

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Harmful Pacific Ocean "blob" made worse by climate change

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:36 sec | 10 months ago

Harmful Pacific Ocean "blob" made worse by climate change

"CBS news correspondent Jonathan vaguely Audie has a follow up on a story we told you about last week about the blob in the Pacific Ocean the creatures at the San Diego rescue center are getting a second chance at life she has had severe pneumonia sea world's Jody Wes. he expects to release the sea lions early next year and he's reading what could happen next the animals that are the most heart wrenching press to rescue are the animals that the only reason we're rescuing them is because of something caused by human impacts the could soon be victims of the blob a science

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"sea lion" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"sea lion" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Her values are. And how effective she is in bringing people together and fighting for what's right? The crowd was diverse and colorful some dressed head to toe and Kamala Harris outfits, they came from hundreds of miles away ready to embrace Harris as the vessel for their hopes in much the same way, they embraced Obama Latisha. Yasha of Los Angeles was near tears as she said Harris looks like the kind of America she believes him. He's ferocious in her approaching doesn't seem afraid of being disliked for her progressive views and her advocacy in Oakland, Doug, sovereign KCBS. Dive a little deeper into the Kabila Harris kickoff story with KCBS and critical insider film matere coming up in about thirty minutes. I'll take a look at who was there. And who wasn't and what that means. Wildlife officials in Oregon launching a controversial program aimed at saving threatened salmon in the Willamette river, and it's controversial because it involves killing California's sea lions have invaded the river system. Eating thousands of fish. It will limit falls in Bonneville, Dan, Oregon biologists say the sea lions are the single biggest threat to salmon and winter steelhead up to ninety three of the sea lions could be called under the current permit area marine mammal experts not thrilled. They say they've been fighting for decades to bring the California sea lion back from extinction to species fighting each other. Seven twenty four now, and it is a tough go on Wall Street so far today. Let's check for Jason Burks at the KCBS super micro Intel money update sponsored by ringcentral global leader in cloud communication collaboration solutions. Stan several big events are in store for the market this week, including a second round of trade.

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"sea lion" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"sea lion" Discussed on Here & Now

"And this is certainly the most watched of the one on one sessions that President Trump will hold either during or in in the case of president. She just after the g twenty summit, the the US already has stiff tariffs on more than two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports. The administration has threatened to increase that tariff rate to twenty five percent after the first of the year and also possibly extend the tariffs to basically all Chinese imports. That would be tough for America. Consumers and certainly American businesses. It would also be perhaps tough for the Chinese economy. So there's pressure on both these leaders to to strike some kind of deal at the same time. The US is demanding pretty big changes that it would be pretty hard for president Xi of China to go along with. So I I think it's entirely possible that we're going to see some sort of handshake agreement to keep talking, and maybe dial back the pressure on those those tariff extensions and tariff increases, but without necessarily getting into the real substance of the trade dispute between the countries then pair White House. Correspondent Scott Horsely? As we watch President Trump on his trip to the g twenty summit in Buenos Aires, Scott. Thank you very much. It's my pleasure. Jimmy Bank in this country. Several see lions that have washed up on the shores of Washington state. This month were found to have been shot and killed the shooting marine life such as sea lions and dolphins is a troubling trend. Some of the perpetrators are fishermen who are in direct competition with the lions for food. The attacks are illegal. They go against the nineteen seventy-two marine mammal Protection Act, but they're happening any way up and down the west coast. Michael Milstein is with Noah the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Michael describe what's going on with these shootings. How unusual insists it is unusual? What's happening? Now. This is the time of year when the male sea lions spread out from their rookeries and off southern California and spread out up and down the west coast. So they arrive at in harbors and along coastlines looking for food. They wanna bulk up for the next breeding season. And then some of those places there running into some conflicts with people because they pray in some sense on the very same animals that other wildlife does and the fishermen are pursuing animals such as what well salmon is the first one that comes to mind, and it creates a difficult challenge in terms of management because some of these Sam. And stocks are endangered. So you mentioned that they often get the salmon is a salmon are moving upstream. But they're even more audacious than that official in can be out there for days bring back, you know, a couple thousand dollars worth of salmon and the sea lions go after it before the fishermen can get it off the hook. Yeah. That does happen. I certainly have talked with many fishermen who've been out fishing and get a large famine on the line and the sea lion. Smart enough to come up and take that off there are legal methods that the fishermen can pursue to deter the sea lines noise makers, and that sort of thing, but there's still a lot of frustration. Because it's been a rough few years for the salmon stocks on the west coast. The numbers have been down. And that's of sort of increases the tension. We know that seals and sea lions in Puget Sound probably consume around six times the amount of salmon that people are. Catching the punishment for wounding a marine mammal for any kind of attack against marine mammal because of the marine mammal Protection Act is really severe fines of up to twenty eight thousand dollars a year in prison how aggressively are the perpetrators pursued. Well, there have been a number of successful prosecutions just in the last few weeks..

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"sea lion" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"sea lion" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Staking a very heavy toll on the sea lion population in northern California. It's called leptospire. Rosa's it affects the kidneys, and it can be lethal. If untreated other animals, get it. Also veterinarian Shawn Johnson at the marine mammal center in sausalito tells KNX more than two hundred twenty sea lions they've rescued this year have been diagnosed with the disease and many have died often. Some of these cases there's really nothing that we can do we can't perform dialysis on on these well two lines like you could in a dog or cat. But it's also on the other hand, we're helping relieve suffering, and and some of them do survive some of them, we can't treat them and get them back out into the wild. Now Johnson says it is still not clear how the sea mammals are contracting the infection. The Santa Barbara zoo had the youth is one of its most beloved and oldest residents of Forty-seven-year-old. Asian elephant named sue Java. Last night officials say she'd been in declining health of the past few years, but did live comfortably with treatment until a couple of weeks ago after her death. They allowed her female companion little MAC to visit to help the grieving process if little MAC. Depress though, she might be moved to another facility. Tough times to be that Narran. A new study paints a much darker picture of the profession than most probably know study involving more than one thousand veterinarians nationwide shows how conflict between pet owners and the animal docs, can have a mounting impact on the mental health of the doctors. Sometimes the problem is a patient who wants to put down a sick pet. When the doctor thinks it is premature sometimes it's pure economics. I think that a lot of pet owners feel a lot of anger towards veterinary medicine because.

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Elon Musk calls caver who helped in Thailand rescue a "pedo"

Overnight America

04:20 min | 2 years ago

Elon Musk calls caver who helped in Thailand rescue a "pedo"

"To cover local stories newsradio eleven twenty komo ex such a love hate relationship with the sea lion musk guy i really do in of course they have to play politics with all of this of course so when he is the mastermind that's doing everything good he's super bleeding heart liberal and then when he does something like this obviously he'd say republican let me explain by elon musk under fire after launching an extraordinary attack on a british diver who helped rescue the boys trapped net flooded cave in thailand this is from the guardian he ended up calling this guy a peto on twitter referring to you know someone that likes underage children it's very weird for him to go onto social media and say something like that and he's the chief executive tech of tesla offering to assist rescue mission providing little mini submarine ultimately they ended up not using it was very upset they ended up not using it one of the people one of the british divers ended up saying this about elon musk sticky submarine where it hurts nice stick the summary and where it hurts their asking why didn't they usually elon musk submarine and this is one of the people there that were helping to make the decisions have absolutely no chance working yeah no no conception of what the cape passengers light the submarine believers about five six long beach gone round colon is all around any obstacles have made it into the cave come from the dice stop point it's just a pr stunned very quickly he was asked to leave so he should have been so this is what alon must set in return so the person that you just heard was vern unsworth and he replied you know what don't bother showing the video we will make one of the mini sub pods going all the way to cape five no problem oh sorry pedal guy you really did ask for it so he for whatever reason says he this person is diverse for whatever reason is independent feely a after the person made the comment that it was just a pr stunned eli musk was out there to try to help them at all he has i think some major issues with his tesla car they've been behind on schedule there was the reports out that he has been working around the clock out there he stopped whatever he was doing to build the submarine they say it was a pr stein by to me pr stunt doesn't mean he's going to travel around the world to try to help these kids with this some rainy thinks is going to save them that's a little out of line by this one person vernon's worth to try to dictate his motivations when he's trying to help i thought it was kind of a cool gesture that elon musk was doing you know i want to go out there and i want to try to help these kids he stopped everything he was doing with this company in just did it and he went for it and they didn't use his thing fine he was upset fine the person didn't have to call it a pr stunt but yuan definitely escalated calling him eat peto which is very very big accusation i don't know if this guy's going to sue them or not i mean pretty stupid thing for him to say but on sunday when a twitter user pointed out that you must was calling the guy who found the children have peto the billionaire responded betcha assigned dollar it's true intense criticism followed so people don't like it they said they pointed how dangerous and irresponsible it is he's got twenty two million followers who knows i mean we're talking about a dire they were trying to help these kids in ilan trying to help the kids to apparently had a disagreement on how it was working you know the weird thing is they've kind of came out and shown that the divers in the group out there in thailand were actually out asking for their help as in they were saying don't give up keep working on the summary.

"sea lion" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sea lion" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Now with respect to anchovy in particular we know that day crashed a few years ago not do fishing but basically due to environmental conditions and that was right during the time when we were hearing about the unusual mortality event with sea lions we were having bird breeding failures up and down the coast and folks were seeing you know dead birds washing up on the shore and i'm there are some other signs at the ocean was telling us that it wasn't healthy in terms of forage fish and then it turns out that was that was sinked up right with the crash of anchovy population however in the last few years that population has rebounded it looks like they have experienced some recruitment events or some events where those larval fish turned into mature adult fish and so things are looking better for anchovy but they're certainly not back to the levels that they were in the heyday and that is having an effect on a lot of the predator species that depend on those those forage fish to get big and fat and healthy and so we're seeing that reverberate throughout the ecosystem now and you know scientists are still unpacking the story of what happened with the blob and what's going on with the ocean what that means for both are forage fish stocks as well as for the fish that we like to go out and catch so stephen question for you here you know our salmon fisheries whether it be the silvers or the kings as they call them up north or the coho chinook as we call them here in the continental us very strict management and it's done you know on a yearly basis but forage fish like anchovies i understand the last season setting for these because we're a predator two of these fish was done what back in the nineteen nineties and it hasn't changed since then you're absolutely right john yeah the last formal assessment for what they call the central stock of northern anchovy nats the stock that extends from roughly mexico and up into northern california and oregon and then there's a northern stock that hasn't had an assessment for even longer than that and that's the stock that you find.

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"sea lion" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"sea lion" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Feeling good he added yeah all gave it is a federal you view your you know there's only so there is always catch up to deal and i'm in the process but forget mayor here in the front yard again here getting there you you sound great do yet everyone then samples deal doubt few donor i had links at work did the dead jokes were the game or any of these things make things any better since then i've yes yeah to or sea lion really helped my my mood so thank you that no hold the whole darn thing at blitz here mm all one what lex means and then lex when i've done to hear that okay all right at the very end of this conversation disheveled heavier getting dargo choir going on dili's worry larry and i want we're going to need kale what lexus referring to is woodward lex miss the last time that i did this but i call this are doctor phil therapy session and that's why the i got to figure in well we've had therapy sessions on the show many times but i forgot why you weren't here the last time this happened but anywhere in monkeypox 'cause i didn't answer more i think you were sick or something i don't know but it was just one day that you weren't here and i and i don't know what's going on i was just texting with b arthur because i i don't know what has happened with the world and i tried to make a joke of it but the last three months or so i have been a rather consistently i mean right now i've gone about three weeks without one but before that it was a boom boom boom i have been the subject of a lot of homophobic an anti gay emails and tweets uh social media tax and i don't know like look i think the it's there's two reasons why this is kind of surprised me and kind of taken me in knocked me off my my feet a little bit is because our i went a year i could go a year before this without anything ito election i've been together for ten years i've i've open my mouth for ten years all a daily on a microphone here why now and i i would go six eight months without an idiotic comment on the only time i.

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"sea lion" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"sea lion" Discussed on AP News

"Service laura read lives near the track if those the cowboys hold on to pull out of slim twenty to seventeen win over the raiders a piece riley all reports the wind keeps doused in contention for the playoff dak prescott pass for two hundred twelve yards and also had a fiveyard scorn run rod smith with a oneyard td run and dan daily with a pair of field goals for the raiders dare car had one hundred seventy one yards passing a two touchdowns to michael crabtree marche on lynch at seventy six yards rushing on sixteen carries with thirty nine seconds left car tried to run for a touchdown but fumbled the ball out of bounds in the end zone resulting in a touchback and a win for the cowboys ryan leong oakland a sea lion attacked and bitter swimmer in san francisco's bay the fifty six year old man was seriously injured oakland television station tv use as police applied attorney could to the swimmers are before he was taken to san francisco general hospital matthew rider with san francisco police department's marine unit says the sea lion got near the swimmer and the man splashed water on it but it didn't scare the sea lion away so the man then yelled at it and that's when the sea lion came up to him and bit him a man on a nearby sailboat sought and pulled the swimmer onto his boat power has slowly returned to hartsfieldjackson atlanta international airport after a fire led to a power outage that lasted for hours canceled more than 8000 flights bright clifford was a mug the stranded and says everyone would have appreciated more communication about what to do with what was happening without any correspondence we just sat and waited out until the electricity came back on aids beattie said it was rough going for the handicapped who had.

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"sea lion" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"sea lion" Discussed on AP News

"And biddle swimmer and san francisco's bay the fifty six year old man was seriously injured oakland television station k tv use as police applied attorney could to the swimmers are before he was taken to san francisco general hospital matthew rider with san francisco police department's marine unit says the sea lion got near the swimmer and the man splashed water on it but it didn't scare the sea lion away soul the man then yelled at it and that's when the sea lion came up to him and bit him a man on a nearby sailboat it and pulled the swimmer onto his boat global inequalities stabilized at high levels in recent years despite gains among the poor in china and much wider disparities in income and wealth in western europe that's according to the world inequality report 2018 which is based on a massive collection of data compiled by an international team of researchers the report shows inequalities soared since nineteen ab although the global top 1 percent saw their share of global income slipped slightly after the financial crisis to just above twenty percent it's inequality will likely widen in the future the data indicate the share of global income going to the bottom fifty percent has risen slightly in recent years to nine point seven percent thanks to gains and populous china and india talk show host of travis smiley is caught up in sexual misconduct allegations but as a piece wore levinson report says he's not going quietly java's smiley says he hasn't done anything wrong and he will fight back against the sexual misconduct allegations that have gotten him suspended by pbs meanwhile walmart has withdrawn its sponsorship of the talk show hosts upcoming theatrical show tour and hey house which distributes tavasoli smiley books says it's projects ron hold smiley says in his facebook page pbs overreacted if having a consensual relationship with a colleague years ago is the stuff that leads to this kind of humiliation he writes heaven help us broadcaster says its investigation revealed a pattern of multiple relationships with subordinates warren levinson new york wow nice tall elegant macy's backstage has the perfect lap in a gift with prices though lo you've never need a coupon i scored the perfect makeup calories do.

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"sea lion" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"sea lion" Discussed on AP News

"Savings for everyday life detailed at neath eat that stage that three lyon attacked and bitter swimmer in san francisco spe the fifty six year old man was seriously injured oakland television station kttv use as police applied attorney could to the swimmers are before he was taken to san francisco general hospital matthew rider with san francisco police department's marine unit says the sea lion got near the swimmer and the man splashed water on it but it didn't scare the sea lion away so the man then yelled at it and that's when the sea lion came up to him and bit him a man on a nearby sailboat sought and pulled the swimmer onto his boat talk show host of teva smiley is caught up in sexual misconduct allegations but as they peace more levinson report says he's not going quietly java's smiley says he hasn't done anything wrong and he will fight back against the sexual misconduct allegations that have gotten him suspended by pbs meanwhile walmart has withdrawn its sponsorship of the talk show hosts upcoming theatrical show tour and hey house which distributes tabas miley books says it's projects ron hold smiley says in his facebook page pbs overreacted if having a consensual relationship with a colleague years ago is the stuff that leads to this kind of humiliation he writes heaven help us broadcaster says its investigation revealed a pattern of multiple relationships with subordinates warren levinson new york elton john's getting the star treatment next month at a special tribute concert sam smith miley cyrus than coldplay's chris martin are all scheduled.

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"sea lion" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"sea lion" Discussed on AP News

"The official royal wedding date has been set ap's charles de will does my reports kensington palace has announced prince harry meghan markle's buddy will be may 19th at st george's chapel windsor castle the couple have chosen a sprint time saturday for their waiting and then you that holds a central place in the history of the british royal family windsor castle west of london is a main residents of queen elizabeth and the fifteen th century chapel is this historic but more intimate than westminster abbey where harry's older brother william murray kate middleton in 2011 the prince on making markel announced the engagement recently after an eighteen month romance they met through a mutual friend in 2016 anand managed to keep their relationship secret from the media for several months childhood asthma non a sea lion attacked and biddle swimmer and san francisco's bay the fifty six year old man was seriously injured oakland television station pay tv use as police applied attorney could to the swimmers are before he was taken to san francisco general hospital matthew rider with san francisco police department's marine unit says the sea lion got near the swimmer and the man splashed water on it but it didn't scare the sea lion away soul the man than yelled at it and that's when the sea lion came up to him and bit him a man on a nearby sailboat sought and pulled the swimmer onto his boat president trump will not like the results of a new poll about russia's tampering in the 2016 election a pisa shirley smith reports he scored poorly with people were asked what he might or might not have known with regard to russia this campaign a new poll fence most americans think donald trump did do something wrong regarding possible connections between his campaign and russia and i think he's trying to obstruct the investigation looking into possible links four in ten thank the president has done something illegal when it comes to russia another three intense say they think he's done something unethical but how they feel about that may be something different the poll by the associated press norc center for public affairs research finds americans are more concerned about healthcare and the economy surely smith washington wow nice hall eligible macy's backstage has the perfect less than a gift with prices though lo you've never need a coupon i scored the perfect makeup keller.

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"sea lion" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"sea lion" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Boom abc news on the hour on the half and when it breaks michael rozier live up from the twenty four hour kfi user of the lapd says a serial rapist his kidnap and attacked a dozen women in south la captain william hayes says the rapes date back to 2014 though the cases weren't linked until dna tests earlier this year is as the attackers black bald and sometimes a saltandpepper facial hair he says the man drove a black pickup than switch to an older white compact sedan of victims have been cooperating with us but unfortunately it we don't have a better description abided of vehicle or the suspect at this point in time the women range in age from fifteen to forty six and most were working as prostitutes when they were abducted he says he believes there are more women who been assaulted who had not come forward he says detectives would like to find an interview them a man has been seriously injured after being bitten by a sea line while swimming in the san francisco bay the guy splash the sea lion yesterday but it wouldn't go away then he says he yelled at it it swam up and bit him officials put attorney hit on his arm before he was taken to the hospital authorities had not closed part of the beta swimmers after a sea lion attacked a second person today and a federal judge in philadelphia sort of the trump administration not to enforce new rules that could significantly reduce women's access to free birth control the injunction is temporary california washington in massachusetts have also sued the trump administration over the rules traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center their working in thousand oaks this is on the 101 southbound from hampshire all the way to parkway calabasas gouge reince get if you take away the right lane until six a your drive is belo's these as you approach this area good news in corona earlier stalled guard that was of the ninety with east found add mckinley nats been cleared from lanes you drive is recovering from just before the fifteen anti in anaheim there is a worked on this is on the 57 northbound for it to lincoln cal france get if you take it away the three right lanes until eight thirty in the morning kfi in the sky helped get you there faster by brian van spoke tree logged only bad debt ruining another day call eight hundred five four to twenty nine forty.

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"sea lion" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"sea lion" Discussed on KGO 810

"A cumulus station now on amazon alexa enabled ekg o eighttenths deal kboi news time just about twelve o'clock good afternoon to you i'm kim mcallister in four brett burkheart there is increased by your risk in the bay area forecast this weekend critical fire weather conditions are either occurring now our wellbeing shortly anna schneider a meteorologist with the national weather service says the red flag fire warning is from ten tonight at ten a m sunday or looking at nine orleans pena thirty miles per hour wind gusts over 50 miles per hour especially in higher elevations to northbound anything else she says it's very similar conditions that were present during the north bay firestorm in october a strong magnitude six point five quake shook the indonesian capital and other cities on the country's most populous island of java killing an unknown number of people amid reports of collapsed buildings at 30s issued a sue nami worn four job as coastline republican senator marco rubio will be voting for his party's one point five trillion dollar tax bill gives a major boost to the prospects that gop leaders will be able to push their prized measure through congress next week a florida lawmaker had said he'd oppose the legislation unless his colleagues made deep her child tax credit more generous for low income families friday republican said for final legislation would do just that and that moved rubio into the yes column another man swimming in the san francisco bay near aquatic park attacked by a sea lion today the man suffered severe bites on his leg and had to be taken to the hospital just yesterday another man swimming in the bay near aquatic park was seriously injured by a sea lions sea lion got close to him manned splashed water and then yelled that's when the see my in bed him first responders had to apply attorney get to that man and take him to the hospital as well now.

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"sea lion" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"sea lion" Discussed on KGO 810

"The next generation of kgon a zinni a cumulus station now on amazon alexa enabled ekg o atend skill and good morning to you i'm kim mcallister in four brett burkheart a changing of the guard at san francisco city hall is to san francisco police officers and to san francisco county sheriff's deputies replace their coworkers have been standing guard by mayor ed leaves body as it lies in repose at city hall law enforcement officials saluted as they ceremonially moved into place mourners continue to file past the flagdraped casket in the rotunda to pay respects to the late mayor there will be a public celebration of life at city hall sunday afternoon a red flag fire warning issued for the bay area but a combination of strongly in the forecast for low relative humidity contributed extreme fire behaviour that's how he had the warning issued from ten pm tonight through ten am sunday and a schneider a forecast with the national weather service says the combination of high a winds and low humidity were the same bring a north bay firestorm sme here you're properly discarding and figure out he vehicles also tried rash don't be dragging chains swede recommend avoiding open flames or outdoor burning things like that and then if there is a far that starts just be ready to evacuate if necessary another swimmer attacked by a sea lion in the san francisco bay it happened this morning at aquatic parks today's attack resulted in a severe bite on the lower body of the swimmer chronicle says the swimmer was a member of the south and ruin clubs the second attack this week by a sea lion in the bay another man bitten requiring hospitalization yesterday now fire officials are warning people to swim in the bay at their own risk and lawmakers in peru have initiated impeachment proceedings against their president over previously undisclosed payments a decade ago from a brazilian company the latest star wars adventure is here star wars the last jedi i has arrived in theaters across the nation any anything can be said about the sequel the 2015 blockbuster the force awakens djeddai master luke skywalker says the best he's not going to go thing the two and a half hour pg thirteen movie which greets longtime fans forty years after the.

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"sea lion" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"sea lion" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"A great to education and setting up competing jurisdictions in this country footprint take them at the expense of american citizens exactly hey you know here's a question i have is it legal to fire your gun at sea lions i bet you it's not i was going to google that before i came in before in front of the might but is it legal to fire your gun at a sea lion or a seal and if you've been up to san francisco on been on a fishermen's warf you know that there's these these are they don't know what they're called their platforms out there and they're just covered with sea lions and lane in the sun in staying warm while they sleep and then they dive in the water and go get some deed in the nato they're all over the place i am why would someone be aiming a gun to try to do that but you know what i guess jour's in san francisco will believe anything they will believe anything so that's i'm disappointed i'm disappointed in in our justice system here and i guess a oj simpson has moved to number two and and all he he was pretty ah i'll just put this right up there with the oj simpson verdict you know it now i now i can believe anything so wales happened this week sexually harassing centers what now this week sexual sexually harassing senator al franken and congressman john conyers returned well well frank and return to work john conyers was hospitalized due to a stressrelated disorder i don't know is being in congress congress when you're eighty eight years old after fifty two years everybody finding out that you're a little you're a little your little sexual pig that you're you're a pervert be in all over the news is that make you get highstress high blood pressure have you seen this guy in the on the tv can hardly even stand up straight maybe it's time he stepped down there buddy upon returning the cell on monday al franken gave this apology a liberal to abu liberals that he let down by grabbing women's bodies on camera i.

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