The M/V Farley Mowat and the M/V John Paul DeJoria kick off Operation Milagro IV in the Gulf of California in collaboration with the Mexican Government
Hereditary Chief Ernest Alexander Alfred, along with a group of First Nations people, have peacefully occupied the Marine Harvest salmon farm, Swanson Island. They state they will remain on the farm until their Chiefs are satisfied that the Province of British Columbia has cancelled that farm’s Licence of Occupation and forcing it to leave their territory. The farm isContinue reading “First Nations Occupy Salmon Farm Until British Columbia Government Cancels License of Occupation”
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Sea Shepherd’s research vessel the R/V Martin Sheen returned to Mexico’s Guadalupe Island to continue its study of Cuvier’s beaked whales, capturing never before seen drone footage of these rare and elusive cetaceans.
The Divina Guadalupe research project records highest worldwide sighting rate of Cuvier’s beaked whales ever recorded A group of Mexican and U.S. scientists, aided by the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, surveyed an area off the coast of Mexico that appears to contain the highest number of worldwide sightings of Cuvier’s beaked whales ever recorded over a two-weekContinue reading “Scientists and Sea Shepherd Make New Discovery About Cuvier’s Beaked Whales During Expedition in Mexico”
Actress Holly Marie Combs boards as Associate Producer of the first feature length film produced by Sea Sea Shepherd Conservation Society Premiering July 2016 Sea Shepherd Conservation Society supporters Richard Dean Anderson and Holly Marie Combs are lending their names as producers on the company’s crowd-funded documentary feature Why Just One? The documentary follows Sea Shepherd’sContinue reading “Television Star Richard Dean Anderson to Executive Produce Sea Turtle Documentary Why Just One?”