.View this email in your browser August 30, 2023 Shark Stewards Newsletter
|Did you know that whale sharks occasionally visit the waters of Southern California? Last year lucky whale watchers observed a rare sighting off Point Loma. At up to 61 feet (18 m) whale sharks are one of the few species of sharks that filter their food. The ocean’s largest fish, whale sharks diet consists almost exclusively of plankton and larvae. |
Join us August 30 at 6PM PDT on a Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 828 6525 2293 Passcode: Tiburon
According to the IUCN, the Indo-Pacific population of the whale shark is thought to have reduced 63 percent over the past 75 years. These magnificent sharks are now endangered globally. Join us for a live webinar tonight and learn how to observe, document and save sharks.
California Shark 101- Free Webinar August 30, 6 PM PDTJoin the Shark Stewards team learning about shark diversity, threats and how you can participate in our Shark Watch community science program. Dive in observing and documenting sevengill and other shark species with our partners Waterhorse Charters in San Diego!
Expedition to the Devil’s Teeth September 16- Nov 3 Sharktober Sanctuary Wildlife Expeditions Visit SE Farallon Island and experience our Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary and California Marine Protected Areas, on a wildlife educational cruise observing and recording whales, seabirds, weird marine wildlife and maybe even a great white shark!
Sharktoberfest Golden Gate Cruise and Art BenefitOctober 15 Join us on a sunset cruise on the San Francisco bay with naturalists and artists celebrating sharks. Meet ocean artists with their art aboard the luxury vessel Empress and enter a silent auction to benefit shark conservation and marine protection.
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