WESTERN CENTRAL ATLANTIC FISHERY COMMISSION (WECAFC) FOURTEENTH SESSION Panama City, Panama, 6-9 February 2012 ‘ Review of the State of Fisheries in the WECAFC region ‘ by Tarûb Bahri PDF – DOWNLOAD
Sharks and Rays caught by Ecuador in December 2011 Helmut Nickel, Shark Year Magazine, 15. February 2012 Republic of Ecuador Fishing Report December 2011 Landing of Sharks and Rays In December 2011, the estimated landings of sharks and rays decreased significantly by ca. 79 percent in comparison to the previous month. The vast majority
Hindmarsh residents win shark fishing ban. A new ban on shark fishing from South Australian metropolitan beaches strikes the right balance between swimmers and recreational fishers, Steve Georganas said today.
Published by ‘scilly today’, 13. February 2012 A blue shark tagged off Scilly has been identified on the African coast. Joe Pender caught the fish on the 8th of August, 6 miles south of St Mary’s and tagged the animal before releasing it back into the water. But on 2nd February it was reported to
Published by Torstar Network, 09. February 2012 When Mississauga postponed its shark fin ban in December, councillors hoped the federal government would step in and impose a sweeping ban. That seems unlikely now. “It doesn’t look hopeful,” Ward 9 Councillor Pat Saito said after yesterday’s council meeting. During the meeting she read from a letter
European Union failing threatened mediterranean sharks. The EU, with the largest reported shark catches in the world, is blocking other Mediterranean countries from protecting threatened sharks.
CONVENTION ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN ENDANGERED SPECIES OF WILD FAUNA AND FLORA Twenty-sixth meeting of the Animals Committee Geneva (Switzerland), 15-20 March 2012 and Dublin (Ireland), 22-24 March 2012 Proposals to amend the Appendices DRAFT PROPOSAL TO INCLUDE LAMNA NASUS IN APPENDIX II 1. This cover note has been prepared by the Secretariat. 2. The
Shark scare for surfers Nick Ferguson was brushed by a force that lifted him out of the water while surfing near Wurtulla. When he turned his board over he noticed one fin missing. SUNSHINE Coast surfers have been warned to stay away from creek and river mouths after a lunchtime surf turned into a scene