Ecopoetics Along Shorelines

WRITING IN THE FIELD

May 21, 2018
lexineee

Figure 3, from the perspective of a Killer Whale. Name are arbitrary, but “killer whale?” That seems extreme. We are merely pawns in an ecosystem, eating to survive, to support our young; we are no different from you. Yes, these graphs show that the amount of Chinook we have eaten has risen over the years, but our impact is still smaller than that of harbor seals, California sea lions, and Steller sea lions. We are a vulnerable species, merely trying to survive, so please do not point fingers. Look towards man. Change his ways. Help the Chinook. Help us all.

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