Sharks are also in the news since summer months bring more people in contact with waters where sharks swim. Warmer waters bring rays and juvenile sharks closer to shore, with an increased odds that humans and sharks shall meet.Read More
Join us with the California Academy of Sciences on a summer solstice Snapshot of the California Coast, searching for sharks, seastars and surprising species in the San Francisco Bay in Aquatic Park San Francisco.Read More
Join our crew with the International Ocean Film festival and Groundswell’s Sand and Sea Circle meditating, connecting and cleaning the beach for Plastic Free National Parks and Waterfront.Read More
Join our crew of kids and ocean lovers cleaning the beach for Plastic Free National Parks and Waterfront.
Aquatic Park Maritime Heritage Area, San Francisco above the beach (Map Below).
Meet at the west end of the Dolphin Club at bench at 10Am. Look for the Shark Flag and sign in sheet.
During the week of February 6 a colleague reported via Reddit seeing several dead bat rays and leopard sharks at Berkeley’s Aquatic Park. After investigating, a biologist from Shark Stewards recorded nearly 20 dead leopard sharks and bat rays at Aquatic Park.Read More
Join the crew of sharks, mermaids, pirates and Alcatraz escapees keeping the Bay and beach plastic free August 20Read More
Like many people who dive, I love sharks. I like to dive with sharks, swim with sharks and photograph sharks. I also commit most of my waking time working to […]Read More
Join the Aquatic Park Stewards taking care of our National park and preventing plastic from entering the San Francisco Bay and Ocean.Read More
WE DID IT! Thanks to generous donors our matching grant campaign was a success with a final $500 check made by a private donor December 31. Follow our work and […]Read More
Join Shark Steward’s Director David McGuire at a community event with the International Ocean Film Festival and the newly named Estuary and Oceans Science, formerly Romberg Tiburon Center. Screening of […]Read More