An Interview with WiseOceans… Lukas Mueller from The Watermen Project This week we chat with Lukas Mueller, who gives an incredible insight into the world of sharks. His advice is to not only focus your attention on the main skills you need such as diving, photography and statistics but also expand your knowledge to areas […]
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An Interview with WiseOceans… Steven Hsiao from Six Senses Laamu This week we’re with Steven Hsiao from Six Senses Laamu His advice is to volunteer and participate as much as you can. Step out of your comfort zone and do things that might scare you at first. These are the skills that will help you […]
World’s First-Ever Best-Practice Guide for Tourism Operators Released by The Manta Trust, Project AWARE Foundation, and WWF International London, UK. – This World Wildlife Day, March 3, The Manta Trust, Project AWARE®, and WWF are pleased to release Responsible Shark and Ray Tourism: A Guide to Best Practice, the world’s first-ever guidelines for shark […]
An Interview with WiseOceans… Daniel Fernando from Blue Resources Trust There are so many different careers within marine conservation from surveying, data collection, consultancy, diving and much more. We’ve been lucky enough to chat to Daniel who’s work among other things has involved developing policy and legislation to further the conservation of elasmobranchs and includes representing the Government […]
An Interview with WiseOceans… Patrick Burke from Bimini Sharklab We’re off to the Bahamas… We’ve been chatting to Patrick Burke from Bimini Sharklab this week. His advice is to get out there, get involved and get your hands dirty! Name: Patrick Burke Job Title: Outreach Coordinator Organisation: Bimini Biological Field Station Foundation – SharkLab What inspired you to […]
An Interview with WiseOceans… Jillian Morris from Sharks4Kids This week we are in Bimini, Bahamas with Jillian Morris Founder of Sharks4Kids. Perfect advice to everyone – wake up and do what you love because it really makes life so much better! Read on to hear what Jillian has done to get to where she is now…. Name: Jillian […]
The first official Shark Fest is happening on September 24th at the M Shed in Bristol!
This action packed day will be a celebration of sharks and a great way to interact with fellow shark lovers, there will be stalls, films, speakers and activities with something for everyone.
Tickets are now on sale and are priced at £10 for the whole day!
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We look forward to seeing you there, shark fans!
WiseOceans will be there so come along and say hi!
What is CITES? CITES stands for Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora. It is an international agreement between governments that aims to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival. It is the only international and legally-binding treaty to control the […]
– by Gili Shark Conservation We’re Shark Conservationists – And You Can Be Too! Why we do what we do… Like most scuba divers, we’re big shark lovers. And living in Indonesia, the center of the Coral Triangle, we should be seeing one of the most diverse collections of sharks found in the world on a […]