Partnering with TerraMar

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Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean. – R. Satoro

In the beginning we were only some freedivers and a few scientists in the middle of the open ocean, searching for sharks. Now, we are by no means a huge organization, but we have strong and experienced expedition team, and work with scientists around the world. At the essence of it all? Teamwork.

You probably know of bigger organizations. Some focus on working with politicians, others focus on educating children, as for us we focus on field work. Although we have different approaches and tasks, sometimes we find common ways to have an impact.

Therefore we have partnered up with The TerraMar Project to share our expedition experiences with a larger audience! We all have Twitter, Facebook and nowadays read hundreds of posts everyday. If you are after ocean news and articles with real foundation and engaging topics, make sure you go to http://theterramarproject.org/ and read the The Daily Catch for which we will hopefully contribute in the future.

Photo by Fred Buyle shows William Winram freediving with a Great White Shark at Guadalupe Island during a scientific tagging expedition.

Partners:
IUCN
The Terra Mar Project
IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
Islander Charters, Inc.
— with Lukas Müller, Yannis Peter Papastamatiou, Mauricio Hoyos Padilla.