Join Shark Stewards celebrating sharks in a life-changing experience searching the Gulf of the Farallones for whales, wildlife and our finny friends.
In this issue: Live From China Name the Shark Contest Marine Protected Areas and Climate Change Update US Shark Fin Trade Legislation California Coastal Cleanup Day Field Updates Catalina Sharks, Farallon Island Expeditions Upcoming Events MPAs and Climate Change, Coastal Cleanups, Sharktoberfest
Join Shark Conservationist and Naturalist David McGuire and other wildlife specialists celebrating sharks in a life-changing experience searching the Gulf of the Farallones for whales, wildlife and our finny friends. Join us exiting beneath the Golden Gate for an amazing photo and wildlife opportunities entering the Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary on a modern day wildlife expedition. These are [...]
The waters outside the Golden Gate host an abundance of marine life, and a diversity of marine protection from our State MPAs to the rocks of the California Coastal National Monument to our National Marine Sanctuaries. Just outside the Golden Gate, the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary reaches around the San Francisco Bay from Muir Beach on the Marin [...]
Thirty miles west, one can catch a glimpse of the mysterious Farallon Islands when the marine layer lifts. The coastal by Miwok Indians called them the Islands of the Dead, and the Devil's Teeth by Spanish mariners who dreaded the unseen rocks and fog shrouded spires of the Farallones. Named by explorer Juan Cabrillo, Farallones means [...]
Ongoing: No Butts in the Bay Beach Clean ups Aquatic Park, San Francisco. Meet at West end of the Dolphin Club. Learn more about this program to reduce buts in the San Francisco Bay. 0900- 1000 AM Clean ups and transects every other Saturday. Next cleanup August 20 Learn about the city wide #NoButtsinTheBay cigarette butt reduction effort. Follow [...]
Join Shark Stewards on our unique Sharktober educational adventures to the Farallon Islands. Please join us on the Vessel by 0730 to begin boarding for an 0800 departure. These trips are usually 8 hours but may run over when we see something exciting. We only book in fall when the white sharks return and the weather is clement for our passengers. [...]