Sea lion activists vigil

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Tue, 03/30/2010 - 12:00am
Sea Lion in danger


Animal rights activists have launched a 24-hour a day vigil to keep watch over sea
  lions around the Bonneville Dam.
The sea lions are being trapped and slaughtered as part of a federal and state government plan to control their population.
According to Julie Farris of the Sea Lion Defense Brigade, the government’s program is both cruel and unnecessary:

The group is planning a fundraiser this saturday at the red and Black café on southeast 12th avenue in Portland.
And on April 10th, a bus will take supporters out to the Bonneville dam for a vegan faux fish fry in support of the activists’ work to stop the slaughter of sea lions.
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