Join us for a night of film and conversation on international shark protection with David McGuire, Founder and Executive Director of Shark Stewards and Ana Blanco, Executive Director of the International Ocean Film Festival.Read More
It’s unlawful to place any shark bait, shark lure, or shark chum into the water within one nautical mile of any shoreline, pier, or jetty when a white shark is either visible or known to be present.” US Fish and Wildlife CodeRead More
Join Shark Stewards Director David McGuire and Southern California Chair Maria Korcmaros for a conversation on shark attacks, diving with sharks and saving them.
Images and short film from recent work with Tiger sharks in Hawaii, and international shark conservation work with shark stewards.Read More
Looking west on a clear San Francisco day a smudge of jagged peaks can be glimpsed on edge of the horizon. A rugged archipelago of wind and wave-worn rocks form the Farallon Island chain. Located 30 miles from shore, Farallones composed of SE Farallones (the tallest), Middle Rock, the Island of St James to the North, and Noon Day rock, the islands host a history of shipwreck, murder and the birth of millions of seabirds and seals. Known as the islands of the Dead by the native Miwok, who viewed them but did not leave any evidence of visitation, the islands have a rich and sometimes tragic history of human occupation.Read More
Located close to San Francisco, one of the world’s most recognizable metropolises, there is a series of desolate, fog shrouded, wind and wave-sculpted islands. Known as the “Islands of the Dead” by the Native Miwok, and the “Devil’s Teeth” by Spanish mariners, these islands have a fascinating history of human exploitation, killing and loss.Read More
Journey Into the Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary Join Shark expert David McGuire on a unique exploration into the Gulf of the Farallones, observing, photographing and recording marine wildlife from seabirds […]Read More
Sure, the photography is incredible and the content is exciting on Shark Week, but most of us who actually spend our time in the ocean already know that sharks are cool, and humans are the ones to be feared, not the sharks.Read More
Shark Awareness Day, a day created to dispel myths about sharks and to raise awareness about the importance of sharks to the ocean. It is a day to recognize the power and beauty of sharks and their importance to ocean ecosystems.
It is also a day to inspire action and save many species of sharks and rays from their imminent extinction.
Join Shark Stewards and the Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary celebrating sharks and all marine life in our National Marine Sanctuary. Now in our 12th year, we will be hosting shark education and activities and shark film night with the International Ocean FilmFestival.Read More
Celebrate the Ocean With Sharks!Join us celebrating sharks and the oceans on World Oceans Day, and help work together to protect biodiversity!Read More