OVER 1700 MILES (2800 KILOMETERS) OF FISHING LINE THAT WAS REMOVED FROM COCOS ISLAND HAS ARRIVED AT AQUAFIL’S SLOVENIA PLANT TO BE TRANSFORMED INTO ECONYL® REGENERATED NYLON
MEXICO CITY, October 25th, 2019-In an official signing presided over by Dra. Blanca Mendoza Vera, Mexico’s Federal Attorney for Environmental Protection, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society officially entered into a new agreement to support the protection and care of marine wildlife in Mexican waters. The meeting marks heightened cooperation and collaboration between the marine conservation groupContinue reading “Sea Shepherd Signs New Marine Conservation Agreement with Mexican Government”
Photo Credit: CONANP / Museo de la Ballena / Sea Shepherd Sea Shepherd ship M/V Farley Mowat and Museo de la Ballena research vessel Narval encounter dozens of skiffs fishing with prohibited gillnets near a live vaquita inside protected Refuge
San Felipe, BCN-The government of Mexico announces the second leg of the 2019 Vaquita Survey. Sea Shepherd is pleased to collaborate with The National Commission of Natural Protected Areas (CONANP) and world-leading vaquita scientists on this important research project in waters of the Upper Gulf of California Biosphere Reserve and the Colorado River Delta. PhotoContinue reading “Vaquita Monitoring Begins in the Upper Gulf of California”
International Conservation Group Distributes Aid Post-Hurricane Dorian to Abacos Islands and Remote Cays
Leading scientists from Mexico and the USA, supported by Sea Shepherd confirm the first sightings of vaquita in 2019, bringing hope for the species.
Sea Shepherd’s legal team took part in the world’s most important conference on endangered wildlife trade to make recommendations to protect the vaquita porpoise from extinction, based on the NGO’s extensive experience in the field.
Commentary by Captain Locky MacLean On the 24th of August 2017, First Nations wild salmon defenders stepped onto Swanson Island fish farm supported by Sea Shepherd vessel R/V Martin Sheen and began what would be known as the Swanson Occupation.
Commentary by Captain Paul Watson Grieg Seafoods like most of the salmon farms on the coast of British Columbia are not very welcoming to visitors if they are environmentalists, independent scientists or from First Nations people with concerns about raising domestic salmon in First Nations territory.