Tell WA’s Commissioner Goldmark to protect our forests (and the rare birds that live there).

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Judy Albury
6 years ago
Washington has some of the most beautiful forests in our country. They should be preserved, not destroyed.

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Flora Pino
6 years ago
FIRMA AQUÍ Y DIFUNDE PARA QUE SE PROTEJAN LOS BOSQUES DE GOLDMARK, WASHINGTON, EEUU, HÁBITAT DE MUCHAS ESPECIES DE ANIMALES, ALGUNO DE ELLOS EN PELIGRO DE DESAPARECER

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HARRY KNAPP
6 years ago
I think the Marbled Murrelets need to have more protection, at this very moment, in addition to a long range protection program. I think the logging should be reduced or ceased to provide home for this bird.

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john pasqua
6 years ago
must protect these rare birds and there home.

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Kate Kenner
6 years ago
The birds are rare now but if appropriate protections are not put in place they will no longer be rare but possibly extinct. Wildlife and people need forests-I know I do-and should be guarded. Save the marbled murrelet and the forests that are so vital to their existence.

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Don Saito
6 years ago
If we don't protect what remains of our ecosystem, we will lose it all, and the human species will also disappear.

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Amy Mower
6 years ago
I'm signing because I see the Marbled Murrelets where I kayak, and I wish for their continued presence in this world.

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Andrew Annanie
6 years ago
I worked on the Marbled Murrelet recovery project with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. I truly respect and appreciate the biological significance of these unique animals and wish to see the survival of the species be ensured.

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Chris Karrenberg
6 years ago
This bird deserves a scientifically-robust conservation strategy that is consistent with the recommendations of the Marbled Murrelet Scientific Team (Raphael et al., 2008) that maximizes marbled murrelet conservation in planning units where conservation actions make the most contribution to the population in Washington State including; South Coast, Columbia, OESF, and North Puget and to maintain the integrity of occupied sites in planning units where capacity of contribution is lower: Straits, South Puget Sound. More Marbled Murrelet Management Areas should be created and existing ones should be expanded. Habitat needs to be expanded, not just saved.

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Tammy Domike
6 years ago
Our shorebirds are being threatened in so many ways. Please continue the forest protections. Pass Wild Olympics and don't let the Navy use the Olympics Peninsula to practice War Games. Deny the 3 proposed Crude Oil Terminals in Grays Harbor the are near the Bowerman Basin National Wildlife Refuge which sees a migration of hemispheric importance.