Thursday, August 13, 2015
Happy to be chosen as a guest blogger at The Safina Center, happier still that more people will get the word about horseshoe crabs and hopefully sign the save the horseshoe crab petition.
As it is, someone with a license in New York can take up to 500 crabs per day. That’s the kind of limit that represents no limit, says Carl Safina in The View from Lazy Point.
“There is something in man that hates natural abundance, and something that clings to excess,” wrote Dr. Safina.
In the Northeast, horseshoe crabs are declining and current catch levels are unsustainable. Give them a chance.
Check out the post: Help Horseshoe Crabs Live Another Million Years
Posted by Mike Misner at 11:46 AM