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
Beach Cleanup, Aquatic Park San Francisco POSTPONED
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.
Bay Area Urban Species Search
Connecting urban biodiversity to conservation planning with the California Academy of Sciences are joining forces to bring urban biodiversity data into the Conservation Lands Network – and we need your help!Read More
International Ocean Film Festival
Join shark Stewards for the 20th annual International Ocean Film Festival at Fort Mason, San Francisco. Films, education and a special conservation on Sharks and Shark Conservation with Shark Stewards.Read More
Super Love Beach Cleanup
Join our crew of kids, sharks, mermaids, pirates and Alcatraz escapees cleaning the beach for Plastic Free National Parks and Waterfront.Read More
Trip Report: Devil’s Teeth and Ducking Whales
Humpback whales steam among the fish, spouts blowing in the wind as they forage in the waves. We find the whales often feeding in or close to the shipping lane. Each year as many as 200,000 ships enter and exit the Golden Gate, and according to the Point Blue Conservation Science as many as 83 humpback, blue and fin whales are killed by ships on the West Coast each year.Read More
Seeing Sharks, Saving Sharks-CANCELED
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
Newsom Signs Chum Bill to Protect White Sharks
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
History of Human Occupation on the Farallon islands
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
Sharks the Invisible Casualty in San Francisco Bay Fish Kill
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