Shark Action Event Live

Virtual Facebook

Join Shark Stewards on our first team meeting planning for 2022. Learn how you can help us save sharks in 2022, with a special presentation, shark trivia and fun.

Aquatic Park San Francisco

 BEACH CLEANUP TEAM and MARINE DEBRIS SURVEY IN OUR MARITIME NATIONAL PARK.

Live: Marine Megafauna Ai and Expedition Zoom and Facebook Live

Virtual Facebook

Join us with Blue Endeavors on a shark and ray adventure live Thursday March 24 at 6PM on Facebook Shark Stewards and learn how you can join us protecting sharks and marine habitat.
Live zoom and Facebook live 6PM PDT March 24.
We will be teaching youth photography, biology and data collection techniques including pattern ID of Mantas, whale sharks, tiger sharks and hammerhead sharks. Space is limited but there is room for divers interested in participating and learning actively or at their leisure.

SCUBA Show with Sharks

Scuba Show is back! After an extended COVID safety stop, Shark Stewards returns in-person to the Long Beach Convention Center this May at booth 625.

Save Hawai’i Fish and Sharks: Endangered Species Day Live

Join cultural advocates, conservationists and the filmmakers of The Dark Hobby in a discussion on Hawai'i reef fish, sharks, cultural connection and actions to protect them. With "snorkel Bob" Wintner, Producer Director of The Dark Hobby, Paula Fouce, Kaimi Kaupiko, Teacher and Cultural Leader Miloli'i Village, Deron Verbeck, Photographer/Freediver I am Aquatic and David McGuire, Director Shark Stewards and Earth Island Institute.

Sevengill Shark Science

Join Shark Stewards on our SharkWatch community science and education program live on Zoom.

Learn about the mysterious sevengill sharks, their biology, natural history and the sharkwatch program.

Shark Watch Data Dive and Exploration

Join our Shark Watch project team diving and collecting observation on San Diego sharks, and entering them into our Shark Watch CA Sevengill shark project.

Socorro Giant Manta Expedition

Socorro Island Baja California

 Members and students will be developing and collecting data via underbelly photographs and measurements for a new cutting edge cloud based database of giant mantas that we are developing using facial recognition software to allow researchers to learn more about these unknown pelagic animals. Blue Endeavors members may participate in this project or simply enjoy seeing the results in the evenings.