Partners in Conservation

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Nancy Kohler, Marine Biologist NOAA

 

 

 

 

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Julika Wocial, Marine Biologist, Riverhead foundation

The Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation

www.RiverheadFoundation.org

If you see a sick or injured marine mammal or sea turtle in New York please call the Rescue Hotline at (631) 369-9829 right away.  Do NOT attempt to touch or feed the animal or get the animal back to the water.  Observe the animal from at least 150 feet away, and keep other people and dogs away from the animal.  

Paxtons

The Paxton BrothersShark Fishing and Conservation

“Sharks are very much in trouble. Certain numbers, certain species are down 80 to 90 percent since the late ’60s, early ’70s. They need some help,” said Brooks Paxton.

 

 

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INAUGURAL SHARK’S EYE SATELLITE RELEASE SHARK TOURNAMENT.  Montauk’s First “No Kill” Shark Tournament

 

 

 

 

 

 

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