A lethal line

Discarded fishing hooks stay around as hazardous traps for marine and bird-life for decades. The birds tangled in fishing lines get trapped in flight and are unable to free themselves. the end result are grotesque corpses dangling from power lines where they suffered a slow and agonizing death.

Irene Amiet

A very obvious problem coastal in habitats is trash. Litter is a global problem. And a big percentage of our litter was dumped far out at sea or further along the coast and the current placed it on our beaches. Some of what's disgracing our shores, however, was dropped locally.

To leave a place the way you found it is easily done. And the least we can expect from each other.

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