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Shots Fired at Sea Shepherd’s M/V Sharpie

12. April 2018

On the night of April 10th, 2018, shots were fired at Sea Shepherd’s M/V Sharpie 31 27.31 N 114 45.63 W At 7:46 pm on the night of April 10th, while retrieving an illegal gillnet approximately 8 nautical miles off the Baja Coast near San Felipe, BCS, shots were fired at the Sea Shepherd vessel...
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Sea Shepherd Saves 25 Critically Endangered Totoabas in the Height of Spawning Season

28. März 2018
Sea Shepherd Saves 25 Critically Endangered Totoabas in the Height of Spawning Season

Conservationists intercept and remove illegal gillnet minutes before recovery by poachers, saving entire school of totoaba bass from black market trade. SAN FELIPE, BAJA CALIFORNIA MEXICO – March 26th, 2018 –  At 7:45 pm PST Sea Shepherd vessel M/V SHARPIE came upon an illegal gillnet within the Vaquita Refuge in the Northern Sea of Cortez, Mexico. The...
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Sharks Don’t Kill People. People Who Kill Sharks Kill People.

20. März 2018
Sharks Don’t Kill People. People Who Kill Sharks Kill People.

Commentary by Sea Shepherd Founder, Captain Paul Watson Sharks are essential for the health and well-being of oceanic eco-systems Photo: Nicolas Vera / Sea Shepherd When it comes to causes of death, sharks are on the very bottom of the list as the leading causes. Your chances of dying in a car, being shot...
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Protected: Is Closure of BC Central Coast Roe Fishery a Red Herring? #SayNotoROE

5. März 2018


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Strengthened Partnership with Mexico Brings Renewed Hope for Vaquita

28. Februar 2018
Strengthened Partnership with Mexico Brings Renewed Hope for Vaquita

Mexican Government Enforcement Officers start joint operations on board Sea Shepherd vessels, bolstering chances for survival of endangered vaquita porpoise and addressing security concerns in the region.   SAN FELIPE, BAJA CALIFORNIA MEXICO – February 28th, 2018 –Marine conservation group Sea Shepherd marks closer ties with Mexican government by inaugurating a joint anti-poaching presence...
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Sea Shepherd Saves Endangered Totoaba Following Second Drone Shooting

2. Januar 2018
Sea Shepherd Saves Endangered Totoaba Following Second Drone Shooting

Sea Shepherd crew faces second drone shooting while protecting the critically endangered vaquita porpoise in Mexico. Despite gunshots being fired at its drone again, conservation group Sea Shepherd, together with the Mexican Navy, drove poachers off the protected vaquita refuge and saved the life of an endangered totoaba fish from their illegal nets. This...
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Sea Shepherd Night Drone Shot Down by Poachers

26. Dezember 2017
Sea Shepherd Night Drone Shot Down by Poachers

Tension rises in the fight to protect the critically endangered vaquita porpoise. Ocean conservation group Sea Shepherd was surprised by gunfire on Christmas Eve resulting in a drone being shot down by poachers in the Gulf of California, Mexico. The Sea Shepherd vessel M/V John Paul DeJoria was on patrol looking for poachers when its crew...
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Sea Shepherd Concludes Research Expedition on Elusive Cuvier’s Beaked Whales

18. Dezember 2017
Sea Shepherd Concludes Research Expedition on Elusive Cuvier’s Beaked Whales

Mexican scientists on board R/V Martin Sheen recorded whale encounters and added to photo ID catalogue during Divina Guadalupe III Sea Shepherd recently wrapped its fall research project, Divina Guadalupe III, to study Cuvier’s beaked whales at Mexico’s Guadalupe Island, recording 22 encounters and increasing their photo-ID catalogue to 69 different individuals. In November, a group...
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Sea Shepherd Vessel Makes History by Becoming First Ship Registered as a Marine Conservation Yacht

13. Dezember 2017
Sea Shepherd Vessel Makes History by Becoming First Ship Registered as a Marine Conservation Yacht

Sea Shepherd Conservation Society’s newest vessel, the M/V Sharpie, has become the first ship in history to obtain registry as a private marine conservation yacht by Dominica Maritime Registry. Sea Shepherd founder, president, and CEO Captain Paul Watson and director of ship operations and campaigns, Captain Locky MacLean, along with Dominica Senator for Tourism and...
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Sea Shepherd and Under the Skin Team Up for ‘Extinction Series’ Art Prints

12. Dezember 2017
Sea Shepherd and Under the Skin Team Up for ‘Extinction Series’ Art Prints

Sea Shepherd is teaming up with UK-based design duo Ed and James Harrison on their conservation project ‘Under the Skin,’ an art series specializing in limited-edition, interactive screen prints of endangered animals from across the globe. This new collaboration will celebrate some of the marine species that Sea Shepherd is tirelessly working to protect,...
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Sea Shepherd Unveils New Anti-poaching Vessel M/V Sharpie in Miami

11. Dezember 2017
Sea Shepherd Unveils New Anti-poaching Vessel M/V Sharpie in Miami

Founder Captain Paul Watson, ship’s namesake Chris Sharp, and ship Captain Sandy Yawn in attendance Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, the direct-action marine organization, unveiled its newest vessel, the M/V Sharpie, at a press conference today, Monday, December 11th at 11:00 am at the 5th Street Marina in Miami, Fla. The group’s founder, president, and CEO, Captain Paul Watson,...
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Sea Shepherd Launches New Anti-poaching Vessel M/V Sharpie

7. Dezember 2017
Sea Shepherd Launches New Anti-poaching Vessel M/V Sharpie

Captain Sandy Yawn of Bravo Media’s “Below Deck Mediterranean” to helm the ship’s inaugural mission MIAMI, FLA. – DECEMBER 7th, 2017 – Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, the direct-action marine organization, will unveil its newest vessel, the M/V Sharpie, at a press conference on Monday, December 11th at 11:00 am at the 5th Street Marina in Miami, Fla., it was...
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