This is my dog Mako... and I found out his spirit animal lives up to his name!
Sunday, April 5, 2020
Saturday, April 4, 2020
Join the adventure!
Three of the world s top artists shatter your perception of sharks in this award-winning film festival hit. THIS IS YOUR OCEAN: SHARKS follows Wyland, Dr. Guy Harvey and Jim Abernethy as they plunge into the waters of the Bahamas to paint a new picture of sharks. There you ll learn why it s protect the ocean's remaining sharks - and what will happen if we don't. You'll also meet Emma, a 14-foot tiger shark. With breathtaking footage shot on location around the world, and breakthrough discoveries, it's an adventure that will have you seeing sharks very differently. Film Festivals: Miami Beach Wildlife Film Festival 2012 Official Selection San Francisco Wildlife Film Festival 2012 Official Selection Vancouver Festival of Ocean Films 2012 Official Selection 2011 Newport Beach Film Festival 2011 Official Selection Woods Hole Film Festival 2011 Official Selection KIDS FIRST! Film Festival Official Selection Celebrate the Seas, Washington, D.C. 2011
Also available on iTunes!
Friday, April 3, 2020
We wish you well from the Shark Task Force!
Follow This is Your Ocean: Sharks for fun videos and information.
Here are some of our most recent editions of the Shark Task Force free to download from iTunes:
Saving Sharks with Stefanie Brendl - Shark Allies
Special Edition: Mako Shark Evolutions
If you're interested in some of my adventures - check out: Sharks, Space, Time - Field Notes from a Road Less Traveled. Now available on Amazon:
We'll be updating more in the days to come. Be well and stay safe!
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Friday, December 30, 2016
This time on the Shark Task Force, a special thought for 2017 from the one and only Dr. Sylvia Earle.
She talks about the special bond between Tiger Shark Expert, Jim Abernethy - and a Tiger Shark he's known for more than a decade - Emma.
We are fortunate to also call this shark friend.
We've spent many days with Emma underwater over the years - and we always come back with a complete since of joy.
Plenty more to come in 2017 as we celebrate ten years of The Shark Task Force.
We also look forward to bringing you news of the premiere of This is Your Ocean: Sharks - Part 2.
Happy New Year - and remember - why wait a whole year, for just one week on sharks?
Special thanks to Jim Abernethy, Guy Harvey and the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation.
Wednesday, December 28, 2016
It's hard to believe we've been at this for more than 10 years.
To celebrate the start of 2017 and a new year for sharks - check out this brand new trailer for This is Your Ocean: Sharks - Part 2.
The film brings back all of your favorites - including Emma the Tiger Shark, Wyland, Guy Harvey, Jim Abernethy and it's hosted by Dr. Sylvia Earle.
This time the team takes students to the Bahamas to introduce them to sharks and shows them what's at risk if we lose sharks.
You'll also witness the dramatic attempt to remove a hook from a Tiger Shark - underwater!
Your Ocean: Sharks - Part 2 will have it's US Premiere in early 2017. More to come from The Shark Task Force, because, why wait a whole year for just one week on sharks?
Sunday, June 26, 2016
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
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?