Winona, rescued by Australian Seabird Rescue from Evan's Head on March 10 was successfully released back into the ocean on Wednesday morning.
The quick actions of Sea Shepherd monitors and a nearby SMART drumline contractor averted the otherwise certain death of an endangered loggerhead turtle that became entangled in shark nets off Ballina’s Lighthouse Beach yesterday.
Sea Shepherd Australia has issued an appeal to supporters in the Byron shire and beyond to help get its flagship, the Steve Irwin, ready to fight Adani in Queensland waters.
A major crackdown by Spanish authorities of illegal fishing in the Southern Ocean, helped by the dogged pursuit by Sea Shepherd of the most notorious poaching vessel in the world, ended on Wednesday with the illegal operator fined millions of euros.
Captain Paul Watson. Sea Shepherd founder. Sea Shepherd calls on the Australian and New Zealand Governments to provide coordinates for Japanese whaling fleet
A Sea Shepherd crew were questioned by police yesterday following allegations they removed the baits from smart drum lines at Ballina and Byron Bay.
CEO of Sea Shepherd Global, Captain Alex Cornelissen, has condemned Japan’s plans to return to the Southern Ocean to slaughter whales this austral summer. ‘The pristine waters of the Southern Ocean are once again under threat from poachers,’ said Cornelissen.... Read More →
A public forum is being held in Lennox Head this evening to provide up-to-date information on bather protection and shark attack mitigation measures. It comes as the NSW government launches an online map showing the movements of sharks in local waters.
More than 84,800 marine animals have been caught in Queensland’s shark control program since 1962.
Alex Cornelissen (CEO of Sea Shepherd Global) and Rosie Kunneke (land team leader). This morning, Saturday, June 6, at approximately 0840 local time, a large pod of pilot whales was slaughtered in the first grindadráp (grind) of the year, on the island of Vágar in the northwest of the Faroe Islands archipelago.
More than 700 people packed the Brunswick Heads Hotel of Saturday for the third fundraiser hosted by the venue for Sea Shepherd and its campaigns.
Sapoty Brook, Mullumbimby. With dissolved carbon dioxide having already increased ocean acidity by 30 per cent let’s hope that Sea Shepherd will continue to save the whales by going slowly in front of coal ships.
Dean Jefferys, Mullumbimby. Finally the blatant lie of ‘scientific research’ that resulted in over 10,000 whales being killed is exposed in the International Court of Justice. This is a major victory for the whales and a huge step forward in humanity’s evolution
Several hundred people turned out on Saturday to support the Sea Shepherd anti-whaling campaign at a benefit at the Brunswick Heads Hotel, which also doubled up as a celebration for last week's international court ruling banning the Japanese whaling fleet from killing whales.
Sea Shepherd Australia’s Byron Bay chapter raised more then their flag on the weekend, when a local fundraiser at the Brunswick Hotel netted $41,000 for the 10th Antarctic Campaign.
At the start of their Operation Zero Tolerance, Bob Hammarstedt, captain of the Sea Shepherd vessel Bob Barker, and Jeff Hansen, the organisation’s Australian director, talk to Sharon Shostak about the urgency of their mission.
Sea Shepherd activist James Brook recently disembarked the Steve Irwin and gave Echonetdaily this exclusive and extraordinary insight into the group’s dangerous work. Video documentary Sharon Shostak