Annette Nelson-Thomas
Annette Nelson-Thomas

Please protect our oceans and all who live in it <3.

Jed Lye
Jed Lye
  • Annette Nelson-Thomas

Introduce biological pest control, a fish that feeds on the plankton and that is eaten by dolphins? solving the problems. Oh and for the record AGAIN AS MY COMMENTS WERE DELETED BY THE PAGE MAKERS!! the reason that farmers use nitrogen compounds to fertilise the land, is because farming rapes the nitrogen from the land. Nitrogen is the amino group of amino acids...which make proteins, which make plants, animals and enzymes, without nitrogen no-body gets any food. Does the river run past...

Introduce biological pest control, a fish that feeds on the plankton and that is eaten by dolphins? solving the problems. Oh and for the record AGAIN AS MY COMMENTS WERE DELETED BY THE PAGE MAKERS!! the reason that farmers use nitrogen compounds to fertilise the land, is because farming rapes the nitrogen from the land. Nitrogen is the amino group of amino acids...which make proteins, which make plants, animals and enzymes, without nitrogen no-body gets any food. Does the river run past acres of farmland by any chance? Stop being sheeep and read an ecology book. You cant ban nitrogen, its the most abundant element in out biosphere. If theres an increasing amount of nitrogen in the river, its not from people using fertiliser on thier lawn, its from farming, and sewage plants that cant break down the nitrogen in urine. WHERE ARE THE NATURAL PREDATORS THAT FEED ON THE ALGAE? whenever a boom occurs in a species, its usually counteracted by a boom in natural predators? maybe the fish we catch in the river? which the dolphins would also feed on? you want less algae, you need more fish!!! think about it? read up??

Chris Alexander
Chris Alexander
  • Annette Nelson-Thomas

U don't know WTF your talking about! Stick your head in some Algae! do us all a Favor !

Albert Rogers
Albert Rogers
  • Annette Nelson-Thomas

Jed Lye, you sound like a supply side economist. They are divorced from reality too.

Daniel Carey
Daniel Carey
  • Annette Nelson-Thomas

nitrogen is a growing compound. type it into google. what the problem is. its being dumped here afterwards. so its not the nitrogen. its the people dumping it. out of season it is depremental to biological things. such as fish and plants..

Maria Iversen
Maria Iversen
  • Annette Nelson-Thomas

Introduction of new species is a high gamble see eg the case with the biological pest control the cane toad in Australia. I do not think this is the way to go!!

Antony J. Peters
Antony J. Peters
  • Annette Nelson-Thomas

Its a tough battle but environmentalist types must do what they can to help the dolphins, and manatees survive.

Francis Awuni
Francis Awuni

FRANBENZAN TRAVEL AND TOURS WEST AFRICA GHANA AM CALLEING ON ANYONE WHO WANT TO GO TO TOUR SHOULD COME TO MY TO TOUR HERE IN GHANA I do not charge for money but what happens is that when some one come on tour the places that I will sen u is what we pay for and is not much very little because for example when we go to the crocodile park u have to give let-tel money to buy meat for the crocodile but me after we have finish the tour and u want to go back to your country what very u give me is...

FRANBENZAN TRAVEL AND TOURS WEST AFRICA GHANA AM CALLEING ON ANYONE WHO WANT TO GO TO TOUR SHOULD COME TO MY TO TOUR HERE IN GHANA I do not charge for money but what happens is that when some one come on tour the places that I will sen u is what we pay for and is not much very little because for example when we go to the crocodile park u have to give let-tel money to buy meat for the crocodile but me after we have finish the tour and u want to go back to your country what very u give me is ok cloths or what ever u give is ok I do not charge for money I have never taking money form anyone is only if they want to GIVE ME watch some videos and pictures on my facebook profile I have a charity school as will or you can add me on facebook thank you.

Linda Raizenne
Linda Raizenne
  • Francis Awuni

this is not a medium for you to advertise your business it's about protecting dolphins !

April Doornbos
April Doornbos
  • Francis Awuni

i have a fb friend from Ghana , i know that your president recently died , Atta MILLS , please fight to save the lions in west africa, we can be friends on facebook , my friend name is Boateng Webbie

Jed Lye
Jed Lye
  • Francis Awuni

Introduce biological pest control, a fish that feeds on the plankton and that is eaten by dolphins? solving the problems. Oh and for the record AGAIN AS MY COMMENTS WERE DELETED BY THE PAGE MAKERS!! the reason that farmers use nitrogen compounds to fertilise the land, is because farming rapes the nitrogen from the land. Nitrogen is the amino group of amino acids...which make proteins, which make plants, animals and enzymes, without nitrogen no-body gets any food. Does the river run past...

Introduce biological pest control, a fish that feeds on the plankton and that is eaten by dolphins? solving the problems. Oh and for the record AGAIN AS MY COMMENTS WERE DELETED BY THE PAGE MAKERS!! the reason that farmers use nitrogen compounds to fertilise the land, is because farming rapes the nitrogen from the land. Nitrogen is the amino group of amino acids...which make proteins, which make plants, animals and enzymes, without nitrogen no-body gets any food. Does the river run past acres of farmland by any chance? Stop being sheeep and read an ecology book. You cant ban nitrogen, its the most abundant element in out biosphere. If theres an increasing amount of nitrogen in the river, its not from people using fertiliser on thier lawn, its from farming, and sewage plants that cant break down the nitrogen in urine. WHERE ARE THE NATURAL PREDATORS THAT FEED ON THE ALGAE? whenever a boom occurs in a species, its usually counteracted by a boom in natural predators? maybe the fish we catch in the river? which the dolphins would also feed on? you want less algae, you need more fish!!! think about it? read up??

Aramea Cano Soriano
Aramea Cano Soriano

se deve luchar solo traen belleza a este desgraciado mundo...

Rob Moir
Rob Moir
  • Aramea Cano Soriano

fight to bring beauty to this disgraceful world

Margaret Del Priore
Margaret Del Priore

what the hell is wrong with our laws. save the dolphins please..............................

Bob Green
Bob Green
  • Margaret Del Priore

protect the dolphins, BUT ABORT THE UNBORN BABIES...YOU FISH PEOPLE ARE SICK

Dale Wilson
Dale Wilson

Most people just don't realize. Greater publicity necessary AND boycott of product.

Rob Moir
Rob Moir
  • Dale Wilson

The state tried to stop the county from granting us a fertilizer holiday from June 1 to Sept 30. We compromised to let the bill say that counties could not regulate sales. However counties can regulate the applications of fertilizers to stop the sliming of beaches.

Roscow de Boissiere
Roscow de Boissiere

THESE ARE BEAUTIFUL AND FRIENDLY MAMMALS THAT LOVE US SO LETS ;LOVE THEM AND HELP PROTECT THEM.

Bob Green
Bob Green
  • Roscow de Boissiere

protect the dolphins, BUT ABORT THE UNBORN BABIES...YOU FISH PEOPLE ARE SICK

Lori Frasca-Oliveira
Lori Frasca-Oliveira

Please Sign! Dolphins are innocent creatures:-)

Albert Rogers
Albert Rogers
  • Lori Frasca-Oliveira

"Dolphins are innocent creatures" -- not necessarily, but they are entitled to live in a world that has not been messed up by our thoughtless greed.

Wendy Pineda
Wendy Pineda

please join and prevent destruction any longer , our friends in the sea need us!

Larissa Ann Unyk
Larissa Ann Unyk
  • Wendy Pineda

Save the doplphines no need the destrution please.

Patricia Watt
Patricia Watt

we do not need to pollute the cost; just to have a green lawn! omg

Rob Moir
Rob Moir
  • Patricia Watt

Its better than that. We do not need to pollute the ocean to keep a green lawn. You can have a green lawn by fertilizing early in the spring, well before the blooms, and by using at least 50% slow release nitrogen

Rob Moir
Rob Moir
  • Patricia Watt

oh yeah, and save dolphins at the same time.

Karen Geoghegan Riess
Karen Geoghegan Riess

We are intelligent and resourceful enough to find a way to acheive a balance in the system, especially when it is an imbalance (ANOTHER ONE) created by humans for humans. Bottom line, the dolphins are suffering the life threatening side effects of nitrogen pollution in their environment. How long will it be before the pollution effects us..or is it already? We are in this chain of life too. It is heartbreaking to see what this problem is killing off the dolphin population, and that we are to blame for it.

Rob Moir
Rob Moir
  • Karen Geoghegan Riess

Good point. The people of Indian River Lagoon are suffering. The County Commissioner i met with was most receptive to my request to reduce nitrogen pollution not because of the dolphins but because a constituent complained to him about the beach becoming slimy with algae and this ruining the experiences of her grandchildren. Further the local economy is dependent on tourists coming to enjoy the beach and recreate in the lagoon seeing dolphins, manatees and turtles. To see these animals...

Good point. The people of Indian River Lagoon are suffering. The County Commissioner i met with was most receptive to my request to reduce nitrogen pollution not because of the dolphins but because a constituent complained to him about the beach becoming slimy with algae and this ruining the experiences of her grandchildren. Further the local economy is dependent on tourists coming to enjoy the beach and recreate in the lagoon seeing dolphins, manatees and turtles. To see these animals suffering in a degraded environment is bad for business. I was surprised by how many Canadians signed the petition until locals told me that Canadians are a vital part of the tourist dollars.

Karen Geoghegan Riess
Karen Geoghegan Riess
  • Karen Geoghegan Riess

We are and I have never seen anything as beautiful as the dolphins in Florida. But as all things go, when the animal population is effected in such a way, they are the first to be. Sad that we let it get that far, and let the animals suffer-but we are all in this chain of life.

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