Category Archives: Fisheries Education

Kalani-ism

It is a gift when you meet someone with whom you have an instant rapport and shared vision. It is a mandate in our field to share that vision when you have the opportunity. Sunday July 31 aboard the Baylis … Continue reading

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Naturally Normal

Sealife Conservation recently attended a unique launch event/panel discussion in beautiful San Francisco, hosted by Elizabeth Rose Jackson and Dr. Chris Luebkeman of ARUP Global Forsight & Innovation.  The gathering of approximately 250 from ARUP, the media, architecture, sailing, and … Continue reading

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The Derek M Baylis Treads Lightly

note – this was excerpted from Latitude38.com June issue (pages 74-76) All the recent attention being given to plastics, and the fact that much of it ultimately ends up in the world’s oceans, has been important in getting the message … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day in Monterey

A warm and sunny Mother’s Day weekend marked the beginning of the 2009 summer Sailing Adventures Program with the Monterey Bay Aquarium. On one of the cruises, passengers were treated to the appearance of three Black-footed Albatrosses gently gliding over … Continue reading

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