Saving Endangered Sharks Through Art, and Community Action

November News Ecotourism in La Paz, and at nearby Cabo Pulmo are examples of how dive-ecotourism can support conservation and marine protection. Our goal is to extend this up into the Gulf, connecting protected places with a no fishing migratory pathway. Follow us on this exciting partnership and endeavor to save endangered sharks at of the world’s great shark Hope Spots! 

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Women and Sharks in Ocean Science

From a young age, I believed that girls could be both pretty and good at math. They could wear pink and play sports. They could be strong but still like glitter. In the past, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) have been consistently male dominated fields; but thankfully for me and all the other girls interested in experiments and curious to learn, there have been numerous trailblazing women that have paved a path for us in the STEM fields.

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Sharktober News and Shark Science

This is the period when adult white sharks return to the west coast after a two thousand mile migration from the white shark cafe in the central Pacific. It is a period of maximum probability to see or encounter a white shark along the west coast California coast. It is also a time when Shark Stewards celebrates sharks and hosts Sharktoberfest celebrations in California and virtually, and motivates the public to embrace their importance and help protect endangered sharks and rays from extinction. Join us at one of our events, and download our new Shark Science Sheet to learn more about white sharks!

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