Sunday, June 26, 2016

Shark Task Force - Why wait a whole year for just one week on Sharks?



Since 2004 we've been diving with sharks - and we have more than 100 episodes on the #SharkTaskForce Check out all of the videos - on iTunes.


This time on the Shark Task Force, we return to Tiger Beach - the best place in the world to see Tiger Sharks. This expedition was in part to shoot the sequel to the film "This is Your Ocean: Sharks" with Guy Harvey and Jim Abernethy. That will debut this November. We'll see you next time, because, why wait a whole year, for just one week on sharks?

Saturday, March 5, 2016

Diving at Night with Oceanic Whitetip Sharks



It seems like only yesterday we jumped in the water with Oceanic Whitetip Sharks at night without a cage for the first time. It was nerve-racking at first... but then the unexpected. Find out more in this episode of the Shark Task Force:


Remember, for the complete story of the Oceanic Whitetip Shark - check out Guy Harvey Expeditions on iTunes. The Shark Task Force, why wait a whole year, for just one week on sharks?

Thursday, March 3, 2016

One of our favorite sharks: The Oceanic Whitetip




Over the years we've spent a lot of time in the water with the Oceanic Whitetip Shark. Here are two great ways to find out more about this shark - 1 - head over to GHRITracking.org (soon to be an iPhone and android app) and look at all the tracks for the oceanic.
2 - if you want to get more "in-depth" - check out Guy Harvey Expeditions - The Oceanic Whitetip Shark - right here on iTunes. It's five years of expeditions packed in to one-half hour... the $1.99 goes to the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation.
As you find out more about these sharks - it's incredible to think that at one time they were the most prolific animal on the planet over 100 pounds. A sad statement on overfishing.
We'll see you next time on the Shark Task Force, because, why wait a whole year, for just one week on sharks?

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Shark Month on iTunes!

This March, the Shark Task Force invites you to celebrate sharks! Join us as we update you on our work - and where we've been.
Take part by downloading episodes we've produced over the past ten years - or simply download a Guy Harvey Expedition on iTunes.  You'll find episodes on the Mighty Mako, the curious Oceanic Whitetip Shark and the Tiger Shark... plus there's Sharks of North America - a look at a wide variety of sharks.
The Shark Task Force, because - why wait a whole year, for just one week on sharks?

Monday, January 11, 2016

Sharks: Documented Fact v Hollywood Fiction




This time on the Shark Task Force, a preview of "The Oceanic Whitetip Shark." This film was just made an official selection at the Gray's Reef Film Festival in Savannah.

In this clip, Guy Harvey talks about how the shark has disappeared from our oceans.

He also talks about how the Oceanic Whitetip Shark was even replaced in a Hollywood film - for the better known White Shark:


Guy Harvey expeditions is now available on iTunes, just search "Guy Harvey Expeditions iTunes" or follow this link:

Guy Harvey Expeditions on iTunes

See you next time, because why wait a whole year for just one week on sharks?

Thursday, January 7, 2016

Guy Harvey's Early Start

In this episode of the Shark Task Force - we see how shark conservationist Guy Harvey got his start in the world of art. "Meet Guy Harvey - A Guy Harvey Expedition" is now available on iTunes.

 Guy Harvey paints a mako shark:




Join us again next time - because - why wait a year, for just one week on sharks?


Tuesday, December 29, 2015

iTunes Preview: The Oceanic Whitetip Shark

Here's a preview of Guy Harvey's Oceanic Whitetip Shark now on iTunes. It used to be one of the most prolific animals on the planet over 100 pounds - the Oceanic Whitetip Shark. In this unprecedented expedition, Guy begins a long-term research expedition to track this amazing creature. In this clip - Guy gives us a preview of this amazing animal: Guy Harvey on iTunes.
And remember the Shark Task Force - why wait a whole year, for just one week on sharks?