Letter in BayNet by Michael Gurwitz and Mary Finelli, Fish Feel director, published July 5, 2016
August 5, 2016Howard
Fish Feel president Mary Finelli believes the report and recent scientific evidence should be enough to spur the Maryland government to action. "These rays have been wrongfully vilified," Finelli said. "In addition to egregious cruelty, it is environmentally reckless."
"It's brutal," said Mary Finelli of Maryland-based animal rights group Fish Feel. "It's vicious, savage, sadistic. It's appalling. The government has a responsibility to protect Maryland wildlife."
Mary Finelli, President of Fish Feel said: "There is no valid justification for the vicious massacre of these gentle creatures who are merely trying to survive.”
Last Saturday, the New York outfit "American Bowhunters" sponsored a cownose ray tournament on the Patuxent River, and in the run-up to it drew the condemnation of two animal rights groups, Fish Feel and SHARK, who asked Maryland's Department of ...
July 2, 2016Howard
Last year, the groups Fish Feel and SHARK (Showing Animals Respect and Kindness) teamed up to film a couple ray bow-fishing tournaments. They captured footage of rays being shot, clubbed with baseball bats and their bloody remains put in dumpsters. ...
June 23, 2016Howard