we've got signatures, help us get to 25,000 by November 30, 2010
Recently the Sea Shepherd ship Steve Irwin
was forced to leave Melbourne when the berth that the ship had been
using for free for three years was suddenly changed to a $59,000 a
month moorage bill. In Brisbane the ship is being forced to pay over
$400 a day for moorage.
the Japanese whaling fleet has just returned from the North Pacific
where they murdered 211 whales including 100 Sei whales, 59 Piked
whales, 50 Bryde%u2019s whales and 2 Sperm whales. All these species are
either endangered or threatened under international lists on endangered
and threatened species.
Despite the extra financial burden of
outlandish mooring fees and rising fuel costs, the Sea Shepherd
Conservation Society will be returning to the Southern Ocean Whale
Sanctuary to do what should be done in a whale sanctuary %u2013 protecting