Updated: Jun 20
March 30, 2023 | njspotlightnews.org
In Trenton, Robin Shaffer, a resident of Ocean City, said, “We’re seeing a massive die-off of some of the most extraordinary creatures in our oceans — whales and dolphins. We don’t know why they’re dying. Whether there’s a correlation or not, we don’t know. But we want things to slow down, or stop, so we can get to the bottom of what’s going on,” said.
NJ SEED: Notwithstanding claims by advocates of offshore wind turbines the number and frequency of whales and dolphins dying on the Jersey shore has substantially increased recently. Opponents of offshore wind farms are using these events plus claims of dangers to fishing grounds and visual pollution as grounds for at least pausing development.