Monday, May 5, 2008

sea lions vs. hicks

these are the sea lions killed last weekend..... one was already killed in captivity...why did they just let them sit there...

so you think portland is a progressive town? we are surrounded by all sides with zombies. both the department of fish and wildlife, and ignoramus small town inbred idiots. go 20 minutes in any direction and you will find these people. please, do what you can. i myself am ready to organize a boat to go out and permanently disrupt these asshole's fishing spot.

National Call In Day for Sea Lions (Monday)!!!

Please distribute far and wide!

6 Sea Lions were just murdered (2 Endangered Stellar
Sea Lions were
among the victims) by someone at the Bonneveille Dam
while they could not
escape the traps they were in. One has died at a Zoo
in Tacoma at the
hands of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
after trapping,
stressing, branding, and anethesizing numbers of sea
lions that are
supposed to be protected, but instead are being sold
to Sea World in Florida.
The Murder and the Trapping Needs to Stop!!!!

Please call the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration (NOAA),

the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW),
and Governor Kulongoski Friday and Monday.

Let them know that you want the trapping to stop
completely and not
continue because you don't want anymore Sea Lions
We are their voice!!!!
Call many times!

9:00am - 11:00am
NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service NW Regional
Office: 206-526-6150

1:00pm - 3:00pm
Oregon Dept of Fish and Wildlife Director's Office:

3:00pm - 5:00pm
Governor Kulongoski: 503-378-4582

Please also contact Washington governor Gregoire, who
is in a position
to stop this slaughter, and who may be responsive to
our calls.
Governor's Office (360) 902-4111

Also, contact the Washington Dept of Fish ad Wildlife,
because they are
as culpable as the Oregon Dept of Fish and Wildlife,
and they should
be hearing about our outrage at the killing of a sea
lion in their
custody. THis is the phone number for their director:

Your calls matter. Make them. There's no excuse not
to. If you care
about this issue, take a moment and call. Even if you
can't call at the
times mentioned above, call. It's important.