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It is Sharktober. This is the term surfers refer to the months bordering and including October when peak white shark activity and shark attacks occur along the central California coastline. The Bay is the center of the Red Triangle. This area bounded by Bodega Bay, Big Sur and the Farallon Islands, has nearly half of the [...]
The Aquatic Park Stewards program with Shark Stewards is helping lead the Bay marine debris prevention effort through clean-ups and quantifying marine debris at Aquatic Park, San Francisco. Clean ups are the second Sunday of each month at Aquatic Park. These clean ups typically take about one- two hours and are fun team building events giving back to our [...]
Shark Stewards is assisting the Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Pelagic Shark Research Foundation investigating the die off of sharks and rays in the San Francisco Bay. Since April, hundreds of sharks and rays have been reported washing ashore inside the San Francisco bay, believed to be associated with a number of factors affecting water quality. [...]
Protecting sharks and the Entire Ecosystem. The San Francisco Bay is an important and complex ecological system whose influence extends from the Sierra to the Sea. In the past century, the Bay has undergone dramatic change. Nearly 95 % of wetlands habitat have been impacted. Dredging, pollution and toxic runoff have impacted marine life and overfishing is [...]