Catherine Kilduff

Center for Biological Diversity

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Staff attorney at the Center for Biological Diversity, she works in the Center's Oceans Program to protect marine species and ecosystems

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Whales that have been strangers to California's coastal waters are not just turning up in larger numbers than ever before, they're getting tangled in fishing lines — 50 animals just…

Protecting Whales from Fishing Lines

Whales that have been strangers to California's coastal waters are not just turning up in larger numbers than ever before, they're getting tangled in fishing lines — 50 animals just…

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