Ted Williams's Blog Archive July, 2011

From Stripers Forever

The Blitz - Over the course of a year, Pete McDonald and Tosh Brown followed an immeasurable biomass of predators and prey on their annual oceanic migration from Maine to North Carolina. From Casco Bay to the Outer Banks, they shot photos, burned video footage, and interviewed an eclectic cast of people connected with our favorite sport.

Public Access to Popular King Salmon Fishing Hot Spot Now Guaranteed for Future Generations of Anglers

The Nature Conservancy Transfers Anchor River Parcels Valued for Fishing and Habitat to the State, Ensuring Public Access

A new Kenai Peninsula land deal guarantees public access to a popular fishing destination on the Anchor River.

They're lying about your food

We're being misled by members of the seafood industry who are more interested in their profits than telling you the truth. The FDA is reporting that one third of all seafood imports are being mislabeled. Not only are you not getting the fish you paid for, but some of the fish may be illegal and unsustainable.

New Wind Guidelines a Step Backwards for Wildlife

(Washington, D.C., July 20, 2011) American Bird Conservancy (ABC)—the nation’s leading bird conservation organization—today raised concerns about new draft Department of the Interior (DOI) guidelines for wind development that appear to have been overly influenced by energy industry lawyers and lobbyists.