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Halting balloon releases w/ education. Animal advocates. Plastic Marine pollution, wildlife conservation, wildlife rehab. Live mindfully.
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PetzoldsMarineCenter Jul 22
Huge kudos to these guys pulling out balloons from while out boating this weekend! Keep up the good work! $5 gift card from our store when u get a balloon!!!
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Jane Olds Jul 25
Such a shame that, despite lots of posts to the school's parents' fb page, the parents still wanted to to mark the end of Year 6 with a balloon release. School banned the release from the school grounds so they did it in the park. How do we get it across to them?
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Dr. Jade Berman Jul 25
Do you ever wonder where the balloons you release or used water bombs go? There were loads in the wee park by my work today...
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Balloons Blow Jul 19
Replying to @kindramhall
Please tell the story of how some people are unaware of the deadly effects of releases... & how people are inadvertently killing when they with trashy wasteful .
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Balloons Blow Jul 18
Please just get rid of the . They kill children! Appreciate your feedback?! balloons litter the planet! Are you wanting for a death?
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Rum Deer Research Jun 3
Found on Mullach Mor, Rum. Looks chewed, probably by a deer. We wish people would not release balloons like this as they can harm animals.
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Balloons Blow Jul 18
. We are hopeful the in will not include a . become deadly garbage. Latex balloons are not biodegradable or eco-friendly!
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Balloons Blow Jul 18
Please do not permit to perform destructive & deadly . fall as & kill who mistake the latex for food. Not biodegradable or eco-friendly!
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Balloons Blow Jul 8
・・・ Lifeguard Brad is sad about this fad. The last time you see your balloons may be when they’re floating off into the sky, but the next time we see them is when they’re…
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Relanna Jul 2
I love your awareness on latex , especially balloons. People dont take this seriously. We had to cancel a cruise with because they refused to accommodate my son with a severe latex allergy. .
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Robert Fleming Jul 2
You might think it's harmless fun but I've just had to pull a 5ft birthday balloon out of the mouth of a choking calf. The message written on the balloon ended 'whoever gets this, share on social media'.
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Katie Waine Jul 3
Glad you found it in time. Unfortunately we had one in the PM room recently. String in oesophagus and balloon in rumen. Balloon was anchored in place at opening to oesophagus, bullock was unable to burp gas from rumen, led to bloat and death.
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Glen Moore Jul 1
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Hannah Jun 30
How do you draw attention to an issue? was my first answer. Just posted about why we need to
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CornishPPollutionC Jun 30
Perhaps could chose a more eco-friendly form of advertising pse?
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Hannah Jul 1
increase in severity and frequency with repeated exposure. By filling your business with latex balloons, you are not only preventing those with allergies from shopping at your store, you are placing your employees at risk.
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Leilani Münter Jun 30
Hi - it is time to evolve beyond the balloon release tradition because
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Balloons Blow Jun 29
The balloon & sky lantern industries market their products as "biodegradable" to encourage people to litter with them...
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