// EST. 2011
MONTHLY CALL TO ACTION:
Save The Mako
Our Save the Mako campaign is making headway! Collaborating with engineers, we are trying to raise $15K for Phase 1 of our tags! Short-fin mako sharks are incredibly important apex-predators, responsible for keeping fish and their other prey populations, like sea lions and occasionally dolphins, healthy. There's still so much we don't know about them.
You can help support our shark conservation work by booking a Pelagic Encounters tour (when available) or directly donating to our Go Fund Me page, linked below! Learn more about our research below, too.
Our photo of a dead juvenile short-fin mako caught by fishermen.