Last November in Panama City, Panama, history was made for shark conservation when over 180 governments from around the globe voted to protect over 90 species of sharks from the […]Read More
In August, thousands of dead fish washed ashore in San Mateo County, from Foster City to Coyote Point. The reports later spread into the main San Francisco Bay past Hayward and Alameda Island, to Fort Baker in Sausalito. Crossing the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge to investigate the report near San Quentin, my polarized sunglasses showed a distinctly dark swath of water along the tideline stretching from Richmond to the Larkspur channel.Read More
Hands of for Bay Sharks and Rays!
How do sharks and rays feed- what are their specializations and what impacts shark and ray health in the San Francisco Bay? Join us at our table learning about local sharks and rays, their specialized feeding mechanisms and discover fun shark facts.Read More
This excursion starts at Sea Trek at the Army Corps of Engineers Bay Model where we will learn about the tides, currents and geology of the San Francisco Bay over […]Read More
Shark Stewards is assisting the Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Pelagic Shark Research Foundation investigating the die off of sharks and rays in the San Francisco Bay. Since April, […]Read More
CAMPAIGN UPDATE: The Conference of the Parties at C0P 17 voted to support all CITES Appendix II Proposals for Elasmobranches. Shark Stewards is working to support proposals to list the Silky […]Read More
The governments belonging to the U.N. Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS) moved to protect 21 shark and ray species at a meeting in Quito, Ecuador, […]Read More