Angela landed in Osaka the night of August 29th. She was detained and interrogated in a small room for over five hours. During the questioning her body and luggage was searched. Angela has participated in the Cove Guardian campaign on two previous occasions, with the more recent in 2015 as a ground leader. As withContinue reading “Veteran Cove Guardian Angela Banovic has been denied entry into Japan!”
Preliminary lab testing for the presence of piscine orthoreovirus (PRV), delivered 100 percent positive results in samples collected from open-net fish farms in British Columbia
ROSEAU AUGUST 9TH, 2018 – Sea Shepherd Conservation Society’s vessel M/V BRIGITTE BARDOT has become the third ship in history to obtain registry as a Private Marine Conservation Yacht by the Dominica Maritime Registry (the other two being the group’s ships M/V John Paul DeJoria and M/V Sharpie.) Today, while anchored in the roadstead anchorage in front of Roseau, Dominica,Continue reading “Sea Shepherd Fleet Receives Marine Conservation Ship Designation by Dominica Registry – A World First”
Despite salmon farms being in First Nation Territories, BC Court grants injunction in favor of mega-corporation Marine Harvest, demanding First Nations to stay away from fish farms.
Sea Shepherd and Antigua Sea Turtle Project (ASTP)rescued a critically endangered hawksbill turtle while conducting surveys and conservation patrols of key sea turtle nesting sites on Antigua and Barbuda.
EN ESPANOL Sea Shepherd does not believe in punishing legal fishermen for the wrongdoings of poachers.
Sea Shepherd is partnering with researchers from the Antigua Sea Turtle Project (ASTP) to conduct surveys and conservation patrols of key sea turtle nesting sites on Antigua and Barbuda. Antigua July 27th, 2018 – Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and Antigua Sea Turtle Project (ASTP) are now in the final week of Operation Jairo Caribbean, a three-week effortContinue reading “Operation Jairo Concludes Extensive Study of Threatened Sea Turtle Nesting Sites on Barbuda”
While field teams in Barbuda have continued to keep up night and day patrols on the 11-mile survey site, the involvement of local youth and communities is also an important priority for Operation Jairo campaign. Three local college students were invited to join the expert team of turtle researchers as interns, learning hands on conservationContinue reading “Brigitte Bardot Crew in Codrington Educating the Youth About Turtles”
A new study has identified that Piscine Reovirus, a Norwegian virus introduced in BC by salmon farms is reported to cause Chinook salmon cells to explode and could be a missing link to explain why resident whales are starving to extinction. July 25th, 2018 [Vancouver, BC] – On July 23rd an orca born into the criticallyContinue reading “Baby Orca Death Could be Linked to Salmon Farm Virus”
Operation Jairo has been patrolling the shores of Barbuda for close to one week now and is starting to get a better picture of the season’s sea turtle nesting activity. Barbuda was severely impacted by Hurricane Maria in 2017, which destroyed 90% of structures on the island and devastated the shoreline. One year later,Continue reading “Operation Jairo Update”