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Q13 FOX News reporterThis past summer, seven Puget Sound killer whaleswent missing and are presumed dead in what would be the largest decline in the local Orca population in a decade. There were once hundreds of southern resident Orcas swimming in the waters of Puget Sound...
Q13 FOX News reporterEvery year, hundreds of people flock to the Pacific Northwest in hopes of getting a glimpse of one of our region's most precious natural resources, the Southern Resident Killer Whale. Whale watching means big business in Washington, bringing in an...
SAN DIEGO -- Three dolphins died during a Navy training exercise using underwater explosives near Coronado earlier this month, authorities said. Scientists have yet to officially determine what caused the deaths at the Silver Strand Training Complex near...
Q13 FOX NewsAnne Stateler, or Orca Annie as she likes to be called, has spent the last 17 years tracking Southern Resident Killer Whales and recording the sounds they make underwater as they pass her home. She buried a heavy duty cable under the sand into Puget...
Q13 FOX New ReporterUPDATE: The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced that it has issued new rules that will safeguard Puget Sound Orcas. The new rules state that vessels must maintain 200 yards of distance from the whales, doubling the current...
Channel 2 NewsThe question of whether the ringed and bearded seals will join the polar bear on the federal list of endangered species was debated at a hearing in Anchorage Monday night. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration published plans in December to...
Channel 2 NewsThe Board of Fisheries has given commercial fishing operations in Adak the green light for cod. On Wednesday, the board unanimously voted to grant the city of Adak it's emergency petition that will allow vessels under 60 feet to fish pacific cod in...
Tags: Politics, Fishing, Alaska, Lifestyle and Leisure, Elections
Q13 FOX News ReporterOnce, hundreds of killer whales swam the waters of Puget Sound, but now there are fewer than ninety. Scientists say many of those are dying. In November, a Q13 FOX News investigation revealed the danger southern resident killer whales are facing from...
Channel 2 NewsA group of halibut charter captains are planning to file a lawsuit over new permits. New regulations are expected to force 30 percent of guided halibut boats in Southcentral Alaska out of business. The new permits go into effect Feb. 1, but some sport...
Tags: Trials, Fishing, Politics, Alaska, Crime, Law and Justice
WASHINGTON, DC - CropLife America (CLA), a U.S. trade association representing the major manufacturers, formulators and distributors of crop protection and pest control products, remains committed in believing that the Endangered Species Act is an...
Tags: Health, Trials, Food Industry, Space Programs, Nature
Channel 2 NewsOn February 1, 2011 new federal regulations went into effect for halibut charter guides in Southcentral and Southeast Alaska. The Charter Halibut Limited Access program requires halibut sport fishing guides to carry a Charter Halibut Permit, also known as...
ReutersMarine scientists are examining the deaths of 20 baby dolphins whose carcasses have washed ashore in Mississippi and Alabama this year, the bulk of them since last week, researchers said on Tuesday. The unusually large number of young dolphin deaths...
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