The Whale Shark (Rhincodon typus) is the largest fish in the world, and they are disappearing.Read More
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
In the last two months, numerous reports of dead or dying sharks in the Bay have followed a another die-off in Aquatic Park Berkeley this year. Sharks are being reported […]Read More
Join us with our partners Waterhorse charters for a shark education dive and community science data collection September 3rd.
Help us search and identify sevengill sharks as part of the Sharkwatch ID program using Shark Book with Ocean Sanctuaries.
Whale attracts a congregation of white sharks near coastal area frequented by surfers, divers. Ocean goers advised to be on alert. On July 29, an adult sperm whale was reported […]Read More
“Shark Watch: Shark Diversity & Community Science” David McGuire, Shark Stewards Founder Learn all about California sharks—their diversity, behavior, & habitat—with Shark Steward’s David McGuire! A marine biologist, Academy Research […]Read More
American trade feeds an intense global demand for shark fins. A new bill could help close several critical gaps in the rules. Op-Eds in the Revelator June 23, 2021 – […]Read More
Sharks are perfectly evolved to thrive and survive in the ocean. Sharks have been around for over 420 million years, changing and evolving to be the creatures we know today. […]Read More
A new acoustic shark tagging study by Dr. Andrew Nosal, a shark scientist at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, reported that every three years the same soupfin sharks (Galeorhinus galeus), return to La Jolla shores.Read 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