Photo by Thomas P. Peschak
Magazine16 November 2015

Save Our Seas magazine, issue 3

Photo by Mac Stone

False Bay

Stories told by the Save Our Seas Foundation Marine Photography Grant Winners, Mac Stone and Joris van Alphen.

Photo by Mac Stone
Project: Critical habitat for sharks

Searching for sawfishes in Panama

Words by Juan Camilo Cubillos & Melany Villate We travelled half the length of Panama to arrive at a hot and wet Chiriquí in the…

Project: Keeping watch on Palmyra’s sharks

Reef shark hypnosis

Six people. One island. Sixteen days. And 73 successful baited remote underwater video surveys (BRUVS). Not only were we looking at differences in shark abundance…

Project: Angel of the Canary Islands

Common ground

As part of our angel shark tagging campaign in the Canary Islands, we are focusing specifically on a very interesting beach called Las Teresitas. The…

Project Leaders

Foundation Updates

Enter the 2016 SOSF Marine Conservation Photography Grant!

The Save Our Seas Foundation (SOSF) is calling all emerging wildlife and conservation photographers to enter its 2016 Marine Conservation Photography Grant. Winners will have…

Lisa Boonzaier on the world’s marine protected areas

Lisa Boonzaier is the SOSF Conservation Media Unit’s content editor. She has also recently led a study that provides a global overview of protection of…

Sharks & People at the South African Ocean Festival

The Save Our Seas Foundation presents SHARKS & PEOPLE by THOMAS P. PESCHAK The Sharks & People photographic exhibition will be at the South African Ocean Festival…

Swimming with Sharks

The 15th Night of the Museums took place in Lausanne this weekend. This event involves all the museums of the city which open their doors…

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