Monday Morning Links

My vow this week is to work, not blog, blog, blah, blah, blah, so in that spirit, here are just links to issues/articles popping up in my email over the weekend, predators first:

Seattle Times follows up on carcass of wolf found in North Cascades.

The Oregonian reports on the not-so-stellar sea lion toll on sturgeon at Bonneville Dam, a kill that’s already surpassed last year.

And The Magic Valley Times-News summarizes where we’re at on wolves.

KOMO News does a story on protecting geoducks in Puget Sound.

Old Soldier on ifish has a head’s up on a bill in the Oregon legislature that would merge ODFW with other natural resource agencies.

The Kitsap Sun reminds us that tomorrow, WDFW unveils their summer salmon forecasts in Oly.

Scott Sandsberry reports (via the TNT) “Nuisance trappers offer aromatic relief.”


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