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Orcas east of chatham

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On 6/10/2019 at 8:43 AM, ne_dan said:

Hopefully not, don't the GW take off for the year after that happens to one of them.  Need something around to eat the seals, or maybe the Orcas will join in the all you can eat buffet

 

yes one of the "LA Gang" came up to the Farallon Islands a few years ago and took down a great white. Hundreds of GW sharks that were there to breed all left. 

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Seals have destroyed fishing on the outer cape, now due to their numbers we have great whites which have destroyed swimming and surfing and soon may have an orca population. At what point do we do something about the seals ? As had been said they are in the canal and have quickly spread from Monomoy to all beaches along the national seashore and mainland. We have seen this played out before, politicians come up with a plan, environmentalist tie it up in court. Where does this end.....May be a good time to invest in a lake home

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1 hour ago, gdc23 said:

Seals have destroyed fishing on the outer cape, now due to their numbers we have great whites which have destroyed swimming and surfing and soon may have an orca population. At what point do we do something about the seals ? ....

Back to bases

 

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On 7/13/2019 at 8:32 AM, gdc23 said:

Seals have destroyed fishing on the outer cape, now due to their numbers we have great whites which have destroyed swimming and surfing and soon may have an orca population. At what point do we do something about the seals ? As had been said they are in the canal and have quickly spread from Monomoy to all beaches along the national seashore and mainland. We have seen this played out before, politicians come up with a plan, environmentalist tie it up in court. Where does this end.....May be a good time to invest in a lake home

We need to fix it ourselves. Quietly 

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