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Dive with Guadalupe White Sharks

April 23rd, 2019|

Want to see a great white shark up close, personal and learn more about these amazing sharks and why they deserve protection? Join Shark Steward's Director David McGuire October 13-17 on a unique education, photographic opportunity and the shark adventure of a lifetime.Talks, films and hands-on activities will make this trip unique, but it is the [...]

Shark Shepherd: Combining Art with Conservation

February 2nd, 2016|

A new campaign that combines underwater photography and conservation activism is creating a wave of interest. Shark Shepherd is a series of underwater photography by artist Benjamin Wong aka Von Wong. The project is a collaboration with Shark Stewards, a San-Francisco-based nonprofit working for shark conservation in California and all over the world, to promote a petition to help establish [...]

Watching Sharks-Sound Shark Ecotourism Practices

September 25th, 2015|

Shark Ecotourism can be done right and it can be done wrong. Large concentrations of sharks are not always natural.  Left over fish that decays on reefs can create an overabundance of microbes that leads to coral death or algal blooms.  Some shark wrangling can lead to sharks striking cages and injuring themselves or the occupants [...]

Sharktober- News for Sharks

October 4th, 2014|

Sharktober and Sharktoberfest is here and we need your help! Calling all sharks!  Sharktober,  is in full swing and we need the help of our volunteers to make a really big splash!  Will you participate at our upcoming Sharktoberfest events and help promote, support and attend shark education events? Please say yes by clicking here! The shark [...]