Fishing industry dismisses dead mutton birds theory
When fishing boats encounter dead mutton birds, many people claim it’s caused by a mysterious disease. But a new investigation by The Star has found no proof that these birds have ever existed and that fishing gear can bring down the dead muskrats.
A new study carried out by a University of Alberta fisheries biologist shows that muskrats are not the only dead bird to be killed by fishing gear. An investigation by an Edmonton animal rights organization, Alberta Against Fishing (ADAF), found that fish farms are failing to inform customers that they can kill dead chickens with their gear, and that many others who have caught dead b개츠비 카지노irds claim they were lured to farms by fishing trawlers.
Fish-farming companies regularly claim the dead birds are the result of “mammary disease,” but the latest study shows that the birds are likely killed by other diseases that are also linked with fishing gear.
The study also shows that gear is responsible for 90 per cent of the injuries fish owners are experiencing – including deaths. The researchers estimate that each gear-related injury produces up to $40,000 in financial losses per year.
The new research, published online in the Journal of Wildlife Diseases, was supported by funding from the Alberta Government’s Innovative Wildlife Resources program.
On July 16, the Star contacted Fisheries and Oceans블랙 잭 Canada – the federal ministry that regulates and administers the Wild Salmon and Marine Health Act, the federal fishery act – seeking answers.
Fisheries Minister Christian Paradis and Dr. J. Allan Macdonald, acting deputy minister, sent a statement: “As soon as we became aware of the issues we addressed and determined to make some changes, the government implemented the measures recommended by the independent review process which we are currently undertaking. The recommendations include a new independent review of these matters, so we are working to complete that process before we announce any decisio카지노 쿠폰ns at this time. When the final results are in, we will put our new approach in place, which we believe will provide the necessary regulatory framework to protect the public, businesses and wildlife.”
Fisheries is the industry association of the Great Lakes and Canadian Pacific industries.
ADAF also released an online tool that encourages fishermen to be as transparent with their customers as possible. The tool can be used by anyone to file a complaint to Fisheries about an injury, and provide additional information like the gear and its manufacturer. In addition, it has become clear that many fish companies are not taking the advice, or i