Southern California Shark Stewards Join us for a beach cleanup, at our film screenings, or one of our other events to support healthy kids and ocean health.Read More
Sharks in the Dana Point Film Festival
Join Shark Stewards educating and for a screening of our film Alice in Borneo’s Wonderland at the first Dana Point Film Festival. Film screenings are May 6 and 7, following the 50th year anniversary of the classic surfing film Endless Summer.Read More
Risk of Shark Attack at Pacifica
Sightings of Great White Sharks occur more often than many locals may expect. Great Whites (Carcharodon carcharias) are responsible for at least 180 out of the 203 shark attacks recorded in California since 1950, and thanks to popular media, most humans have a huge fear of these cold-blooded predators- and rightfully so! There have been a large handful of Great White Shark sightings in California in recent years.Read More
Shark Awareness Day, Stand Up to Trash and Ocean Institute
Shark Awareness Day with Stand Up to Trash at the Ocean Institute
Talk on sharks with Shark Stewards
Beach Cleanup and Lunch and Learn
Keep Puako Beautiful for World Oceans Day
Keep Puako Beautiful and South Kohala Reef AllianceRead More
United Surfing League Launches New NFT Mint for Sharks
Saving sharks through surfing competition with the Wave Riders Club and NFT. New bitcoin mint launched to support the USL and shark conservation. The @waveriders.club Learn more @surfing.com.instaRead More
Shark Attack in Hawaii- What is the Risk?
On December 4, 2021 a man was bit by a shark while surfing at the popular break Banyans in Kailua- Kona between the hours of 5:55 and 6 PM during a period of light rain. Jahred Willieford was waiting for a wave with a nearby
surfer when the shark grasped his arm, pulling him off the board and submerging him before releasing. He reported the shark bit him then spun and hit him in the face with its tail but was able to swim to the adjacent surfer. Aided by his fellow surfer, Mr. Willieford was able to come ashore and was treated by emergency responders
for severe lacerations to his arm, a broken nose and missing teeth.
Run For Sharks and Health Fair
Join Shark Survivor Maria and friends in our annual 5k & 1 mile Fun Run Virtually and show your support for protecting sharks and ocean health.Read More
International Surfing Day Beach Cleanup- So Cal
Beach Cleanup with Shark Stewards and Surfrider Foundation Seal Beach celebrating International Surfing Day on June 19 th from 8-12 noon at Ray Bay on San Gabriel River Jetty,Read More
White Shark Attack – What is Your Risk?
Most of the encounters with white sharks along the west coast of North America occur with mature white sharks in the months between August and November. These months we call Sharktober are when the large white sharks return to the coast after an annual migration to forage on seals and sea lions.Read More