Results containing "Sharks Count" tag

Three Shark Savers’ conservation films selected for Beneath the Waves Film Festival

The three films highlight Shark Savers’ conservation activities that include engaging divers in ‘citizen science’ in reporting of shark sightings, efforts to promote shark eco-tourism as a replacement for shark fishing/finning, and protecting manta and mobula rays from a relatively new trade in their gill rakers.

http://www.sharksavers.org/en/blogs-news/shark-savers-blog/three-shark-savers-conservation-films-selected-for-beneath-the-waves-film-festival

The Great Fiji Shark Count!

Shark Savers is pleased to be both a sponsor and participant in the Great Fiji Shark Count. This ‘count’ is the first major partnership of our own recently initiated citizen science database of shark sightings as part of our SharksCount Program.

http://www.sharksavers.org/en/blogs-news/shark-savers-blog/the-great-fiji-shark-count

Three Shark Savers’ conservation films selected for Beneath the Waves Film Festival

The three films highlight Shark Savers’ conservation activities that include engaging divers in ‘citizen science’ in reporting of shark sightings, efforts to promote shark eco-tourism as a replacement for shark fishing/finning, and protecting manta and mobula rays from a relatively new trade in their gill rakers.

http://www.sharksavers.org/de/blogs-news/shark-savers-blog/three-shark-savers-conservation-films-selected-for-beneath-the-waves-film-festival

The Great Fiji Shark Count!

Shark Savers is pleased to be both a sponsor and participant in the Great Fiji Shark Count. This ‘count’ is the first major partnership of our own recently initiated citizen science database of shark sightings as part of our SharksCount Program.

http://www.sharksavers.org/de/blogs-news/shark-savers-blog/the-great-fiji-shark-count

Three Shark Savers’ conservation films selected for Beneath the Waves Film Festival

The three films highlight Shark Savers’ conservation activities that include engaging divers in ‘citizen science’ in reporting of shark sightings, efforts to promote shark eco-tourism as a replacement for shark fishing/finning, and protecting manta and mobula rays from a relatively new trade in their gill rakers.

http://www.sharksavers.org/zh_hant/blogs-news/shark-savers-blog/three-shark-savers-conservation-films-selected-for-beneath-the-waves-film-festival

The Great Fiji Shark Count!

Shark Savers is pleased to be both a sponsor and participant in the Great Fiji Shark Count. This ‘count’ is the first major partnership of our own recently initiated citizen science database of shark sightings as part of our SharksCount Program.

http://www.sharksavers.org/zh_hant/blogs-news/shark-savers-blog/the-great-fiji-shark-count

From the Field: An Astonishing Discovery

As part of the team studying shark populations in the Galapagos, scientist Johanna Zimmerhackel makes an incredible discovery.

http://www.sharksavers.org/en/blogs-news/shark-savers-blog/from-the-field-an-astonishing-discovery

From the Field: An Astonishing Discovery

As part of the team studying shark populations in the Galapagos, scientist Johanna Zimmerhackel makes an incredible discovery.

http://www.sharksavers.org/zh_hant/blogs-news/shark-savers-blog/from-the-field-an-astonishing-discovery

Three Shark Savers’ conservation films selected for Beneath the Waves Film Festival

The three films highlight Shark Savers’ conservation activities that include engaging divers in ‘citizen science’ in reporting of shark sightings, efforts to promote shark eco-tourism as a replacement for shark fishing/finning, and protecting manta and mobula rays from a relatively new trade in their gill rakers.

http://www.sharksavers.org/zh_hans/blogs-news/shark-savers-blog/three-shark-savers-conservation-films-selected-for-beneath-the-waves-film-festival

The Great Fiji Shark Count!

Shark Savers is pleased to be both a sponsor and participant in the Great Fiji Shark Count. This ‘count’ is the first major partnership of our own recently initiated citizen science database of shark sightings as part of our SharksCount Program.

http://www.sharksavers.org/zh_hans/blogs-news/shark-savers-blog/the-great-fiji-shark-count

From the Field: An Astonishing Discovery

As part of the team studying shark populations in the Galapagos, scientist Johanna Zimmerhackel makes an incredible discovery.

http://www.sharksavers.org/zh_hans/blogs-news/shark-savers-blog/from-the-field-an-astonishing-discovery