Aerial wildlife surveys, conducted by the USGS to inform the coming offshore wind energy boom, are strikingly beautiful, for government data. They were also hard-won.
Learn about the latest shark research and visit outdoor booths of shark experts, artists, and conservationists. Enjoy beverages, popcorn, a food truck and live music. Bring a low-back chair for the outdoor screening of shark films that will start promptly … Read more
Why are white sharks seen around the Farallon Islands National Wildlife Refuge during the fall? In the early 2000s, Point Blue collaborated with Stanford University’s Tagging of Pelagic Predators program and attached satellite tags to dozens of white sharks to … Read more
Basking sharks can be over 30 feet long and are characterized by their enormous gill rakers and three-foot tall dorsal fins. But these mysterious, massive, filter-feeding cousins of the great white shark aren’t just a scientific curiosity – they also … Read more
Celebrate the annual return of white sharks! Our annual celebration of sharks is going virtual this year: Streaming on YouTube Live Join us for an online celebration of sharks to raise awareness of the importance of elasmobranchs in our marine ecosystem, … Read more
The San Francisco Bay shark I study has been called tope, oil shark, school shark, soupfin, and vitamin shark. I think it’s pretty great.
The resident sharks of the San Francisco Bay rely on healthy tidal wetlands.