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Sealife-Adventures
Whale, wildlife & whirlpool boat trips from the mainland. Established 25 years. Marine Biologist skipper and wildlife guide.
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Sealife-Adventures 16h
Marine Scotland oversight of these so called protected areas is not fit for purpose. Time to bring back the 3 mile limit for all damaging fishing activities and proper monitoring for all boats. Firth of Lorn suffering now!!
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Ailsa McLellan 21h
Thanks to every single person who saw that this was so wrong. I hope we can now get Scotland up there with the other seaweed farmers!
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Ailsa McLellan Nov 17
On Wednesday 21st November the Scottish Parliament will debate whether to protect our kelp forests from mechanical dredging. People are meeting outside Parliament from 11am to 2pm to show support for our precious kelp ahead of the debate and talk to MSPs and media.
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Open Seas Nov 16
This footage was taken inside Gairloch protected area. About 20m further on, a scallop dredge tow has decimated the seabed. These habitats are scallop spawning grounds, cod nurseries and home to a range of species. We need dredging out of these sensitive waters.
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Open Seas Nov 15
Open Seas statement on the destruction caused to Gairloch >>
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The Whitehouse Nov 14
What use are MPAs if this is allowed to happen? do something before it is too late
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Open Seas Nov 14
Underwater footage in a report shows "devastation" of seabed in Gairloch. It follows community reports of illegal dredging in a protected area and known herring spawning ground. Dredging areas like this is destroying our natural heritage
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Sealife-Adventures Nov 15
It makes no sense to exempt under 12m dredgers and trawlers from VMS. The VMS system, which tracks the position of vessels in real time needs to be robust, so that illegal fishing in protected areas is stopped.
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Sealife-Adventures Nov 14
Environment: What the draft deal says via
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GeorgeMonbiot Nov 11
The best way to honour those killed in war is to stop fighting unnecessary wars. Let's hear the government announce an end today to the weapons and diplomatic and logistic support it contributes to Saudi Arabia's war in .
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Arran Coast Nov 7
Further risks continue to be revealed and cumulative risks are unknown. We encourage everyone to read the consultation document and respond. We still continue to call for a halt to the expansion of open cage salmon farms.
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Heart of Argyll Nov 10
Definitely seals - but often you'll be lucky and 🐐🐬🐳🦅 and loads of other sea birds will appear, plus the chance to see the world's 3rd largest tidal whirlpool!What are you waiting for?
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Manuela de los Rios Nov 7
Beautiful immersion with a message!
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Don Staniford Nov 7
Clean up your act or clear out, salmon farmers told warned of “irrecoverable damage” unless environmental concerns were addressed is working on a report examining industry’s future
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Kerri Whiteside Nov 7
Coastal Communities Network representatives very pleased to have met with yesterday at to explain more about who the Network is and what it is working towards! --->
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SealScotland 22 Nov 16
Lochcarron-based scientist's images on Tristan stamps
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Callum Roberts Nov 5
Perhaps you should wait to celebrate protection until protection is actually given. A protected area is not a protected area until it is protected!
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ANIMAL ADVOCATE  Ⓥ Nov 5
If a jumped this high at Seaworld they'd land in the car-park!🐬🤬 If truly cared about the of their captives they'd shut themselves down 🖐🐬 is their 🐬🤬 Time to 🐬💖
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Andy Nov 2
Scotland's mountain hare population in Eastern Highlands is at 1% of 1950s level: Meanwhile Mountain Hare culls continue - Why ? pic via
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Conor Ryan Nov 5
Why would Norway block a reserve in ? They fish to feed (infuriatingly this is certified by ). We all need to think critically about and the ripple effect of our eating choices
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