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    Emotional Stories of Whales and Whalesongs Led to Protecting Wildlife

    link  Marchs, boycotts, protests outside embassies, fiction, recordings of whalesongs along with general distrust of lying institutions and politicians during the Vietnam War- all led to the Endangered Species Act, the Marine Mammal Protection Act, the Pelley amendment.   Friends and I circulated petitions, oranized writing  letters  to newspapers, printed save the whale t-shirts, read Mind in  the Waters and John Lily's books, Merwin's poems,  bought whale books,  organized groups, got films and speaker about wildlife, hosted Greenpreace talks, etc.....


    Superloud Seismic Oil Exploration Could Injure 138,000 Whales and Dolphins

    These airgun soundbursts can be heard 2,500 miles away and go off every 10 seconds for months. They are planned on the Atlantic coast from Delaware down to Florida. Please support Greenpeace, Oceana, NRDC, and Sea Shepherd as they oppose this. https://www.ecowatch.com/seismic-tesing-oil-drilling-2402920868.html

    Seismic Blasts for Oil Threaten Whales & Dolphins on East Coast

    These suuperloud seismic airgun blasting for oil could injure 138,000 whales and dolphins from Delaware to Florida. The blasts go off every 10 seconds 24 hours a day. They threaten the endangered right whale. I first became entranced with whales when I heard that a group of false pilot whales had beached themselves near Vero Beach, FL. My sisters and I drove there from our nearby grandparents, and we pushed them out as incoming wave slifted them up. Superloud navy sonar and oil exploration seismic blasts have been suggested as the cause of many whale beachings. The blasts can cause hearing loss in the whales. Link Link