Results containing "SharksCount Projekt" tag

Shark Savers Team Tags Sharks with RJ Dunlap

Saturday May 5, 2012 may have been a typical Cinco de Mayo for many people but Shark Savers’ team members Samantha Whitcraft and Jennah Caster, woke up at 5 a.m. to head down to the Florida Keys for a spectacular day of tagging sharks for research.

http://www.sharksavers.org/de/blogs-news/shark-savers-blog/shark-savers-team-tags-sharks-with-rj-dunlap

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

Sharks Count at the Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art

Shark Savers is honored to have our short, citizen-science conservation film, “Now, More Than Ever, Sharks Count” showing as part of the Museum of Art | Fort Lauderdale’s SHARK exhibit curated by acclaimed wildlife artist, author and environmentalist Richard Ellis.

http://www.sharksavers.org/de/blogs-news/shark-savers-blog/sharks-count-at-the-fort-lauderdale-museum-of-art

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

Two Shark Savers Films are Finalists at the 2012 BLUE Ocean Film Festival

Manta Ray of Hope and Now, More than Ever, SharksCount, two short documentary films from the shark conservation organization Shark Savers, have been nominated as finalists in the 2012 BLUE Ocean Film Festival.

http://www.sharksavers.org/de/blogs-news/shark-savers-blog/two-shark-savers-films-are-finalists-at-the-2012-blue-ocean-film-festival

Shark Savers & Pangaea Explorations: Counting Sharks in the Line Islands, aboard Sea Dragon. Join us!

The SharksCount Program is joining forces with Pangaea Exploration to count sharks in in the Line Islands of the Pacific, aboard Sea Dragon, August 14 – September 5, 2012. And you can join us! This is an amazing opportunity as some of the islands, such as Palmyra are home to extremely healthy apex predator populations due to years of protection and exclusive visitation by permit only.

http://www.sharksavers.org/de/blogs-news/shark-savers-blog/shark-savers-and-pangaea-explorations-counting-sharks-in-the-line-islands-aboard-sea-dragon-join-us

Palmyra - A Walk with a Shark

Samantha Whitcraft, Shark Savers' Campaigns Manager has a walk with a shark in Palmyra in her first article of a series about Shark Savers’ work documenting shark sightings in the Line Islands aboard Pangea Explorations S/V Sea Dragon.

http://www.sharksavers.org/de/blogs-news/shark-savers-blog/palmyra-a-walk-with-a-shark

Palmyra - A Walk with a Shark

Samantha Whitcraft, Shark Savers' Campaigns Manager has a walk with a shark in Palmyra in her first article of a series about Shark Savers’ work documenting shark sightings in the Line Islands aboard Pangea Explorations S/V Sea Dragon.

http://www.sharksavers.org/zh_hant/blogs-news/shark-savers-blog/palmyra-a-walk-with-a-shark

Palmyra - A Walk with a Shark

Samantha Whitcraft, Shark Savers' Campaigns Manager has a walk with a shark in Palmyra in her first article of a series about Shark Savers’ work documenting shark sightings in the Line Islands aboard Pangea Explorations S/V Sea Dragon.

http://www.sharksavers.org/zh_hans/blogs-news/shark-savers-blog/palmyra-a-walk-with-a-shark