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Trump administration proposes hunting, fishing expansion in Bay Area wildlife refuges
The Trump administration seeks to expand hunting and fishing allowances at national wildlife refuges and hatcheries across the country, including two around Bay Area.
Japan will resume commercial whaling in July after a 30-year break
Conservationists are not going to be happy about this.
Spearfishing for the Gray Ghosts of Southern California
Fishing Epic photos of the hunters who chase white seabass in the kelp beds of SoCal When white seabass move into the kelp beds off the coast of southern California, so do the free divers who
Climate crisis drives a record 'dead zone' in the Gulf, as hundreds of dolphins die
The massive floods that wracked the Midwest throughout the spring have meant record runoff from the Mississippi into the Gulf of Mexico. That runoff has carried not just a surge of silt-laden fresh
Don’t mess with the Scots or we’ll send in the patrol boats | Kevin McKenna
As the Irish discovered over Rockall, you play fast and loose with this proud nation at your perilPerhaps it will come to be known as the Rockall Rammy and feature occasionally in future modern
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Trump administration to expand hunting, fishing access on 1.4 million federal acres
The Trump administration has proposed expanding or opening hunting and fishing rights on 1.4 million acres of federal lands, allowing greater public access while slashing 7,500 regulations. What are
Japan Expels 300 North Korean Boats from Japanese Waters in Less than Two Months
The Japanese coast guard revealed on Tuesday they have pushed out over 300 North Korean fishing boats attempting to poach squid from within their territorial waters.
From off-the-hook to on-the-peg: why fashion has gone fishing
Waders, waterproofs, waistcoats and beanies are this season’s must haves – perfect for the wet start to summerFashion takes its inspiration from diverse places – yet this summer some of the biggest
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Fish replacement may be the next big wave in alternative protein development
Fish make up 16% of animal protein consumed globally, and demand is set to rise. But overfishing is hugely problematic -- and it’s not sustainable to continue with the way things are.
Bay Area critics decry Fed’s plan to use banned rodent poison on Farallon Islands
The plan to spread 2,900 pounds of cereal grain pellets laced with brodifacoum — a rodenticide banned in California — has raised concerns about poisoning the diverse wildlife in the archipelago.
China produces loads of “black gold,” but will caviar lovers bite?
Caviar is the ultimate luxury food item. Will fans of the fish eggs known as "black gold" be sold on the stuff if they know it comes from China?
Monterey Bay Aquarium launches ‘Seafood Watch’ food truck in Bay Area
Menlo Park's Summer Fest will be first stop for tacos, wraps, banh mi
Fish Can Get Sad About Losing Their Partners, Study Finds
A new study has found that fish can become pessimistic if they lose their preferred mate.
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