The work of Save Our Seas Supported Scientist Ryan Saunders was recently featured in the Irish Times.
Ryan updates us: “After a frustrating summer of not seeing any sharks, we managed to get all our tags deployed (7 tags) and 2 CEFAS tags two weeks ago. We got our two SPOT tags away and we now have an interactive map on our websites where you can follow the sharks movements. This work made the national news, and the full article can be read on the website of the Irish Times.
You can track the porbeagles on the site of the Irish Elasmobranch Group.