However rehabilitation does not end, just by recuing the birds and releasing them back in the wild. What’s the point in rehabilitating these birds if their probability of survival is low?
Date: May 11th , 2017 Dear Editor/Newsroom, Fishermen and Friends of the Sea (FFOS) have received pictures today (Thursday 11th may 2017) which clearly show larger fishes such as catfish, are now washing up dead in addition, to the dead Sardines, Joshua and Herring which were observed for the past few days, covering the coastal waters of Chaguaramas from Island […]
Date: May 8th , 2017 Dear Editor/Newsroom, Unaccetable Secrecy at a Time of National Disaster The reported deaths of three Venezuelan men, whose boat capsized after their engine failed while they were surrounded by fuel oil from Petrotrin’s Tank 70 rupture, raises more serious doubts about the integrity of the information released by the Minister of Energy and Energy Industries. […]
While many many new Pelicans continue to be discovered drenched in thick black oil, Fishermen and Friends of the Sea (FFOS) is wondering if the oil spill was ever contained and cleaned up. And what about all the fish contaminated and exposed to the oil spill? Can the Government and Petrotrin advise us what is being done for them? Also […]
Date: April 3rd , 2017 Dear Editor/Newsroom, Attached is also an audio clipping of the following press statement. Venezuela Invades Trinidad and Tobago! Fishermen and Friends of the Sea (FFOS) take strong objection to the fact that Venezuelan poachers are invading the North Coast of Trinidad as well as the fertile fishing grounds 3 to 5 miles north of Castara, […]
Date: September 28th,2016 Dear Editor/Newsroom, December 17, 2013 Since the unprecedented Petrotrin oil spill of 2013 a wide variety marine life continues to wash ashore, dead or dying on the beaches of La Brea. The Authorities promised to investigate the matter then erroneously reported it as excess fish dumped by fishermen (lab results are never released or inexplicably go […]