Too much protection

When do we quit interferring?

Have we learned nothing from the lesson of The Kaibab? ( youngcc/research/kaibab/story1.html) For years now we have been diligently protecting the sea lion from harm and now we are up to our armpits in them. Is it possible that our egotistical, self rightous attempts to control nature has backfired on us once again? Could it be that the missing runs of spring salmon are actually in the bellies of our beloved sea lions? For some reason we humans constantly create discord with every step we take. If we could just learn to keep our noses out of natures business, isn't possible that nature might just know how to take care of herself? She did a fine job of it for millions of years before us. For God's sake, butt out!

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Hahaha. says ... on Sunday, Sep 20 at 9:41 PM

Despite the "Millions of years" slipup, I agree. Have rifle will travel!

i says ... on Tuesday, Aug 12 at 12:58 PM

The world hsn't been around for millions of years...

Jeff says ... on Tuesday, Apr 22 at 7:50 AM

Yes, had we not protected the sea lions, the salmon would've united together to run the sea lions out of the Columbia river. I think I hear Disney calling.

aluckystar says ... on Saturday, Apr 19 at 7:49 AM

I couldn't agree more, but the damage is done. The real issue now is to "take care" of the problem to save our real extinct species, Salmon. No one cares about the salmon because they are not "cute" or entertaining, they are fish. Stop the holdups.

Jeff says ... on Friday, Apr 18 at 6:15 AM

First off, the sea lions are at Bonneville eating at the salmon buffet because of a modification to the river made by man. Because of the dam the salmon are defenseless against the eating machines. Get a clue people, this world is here for us

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