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  • 2019-12-03 05:23 Last post: 3 days ago

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Thank you to everyone who has already donated to our #GivingTuesday fundraiser. Help us reach our goal with a $5 donation now. The link is in our bio.⁣⁣Tap through to our stories to hear from one of our founders, @ShawnHeinrichs.⁣⁣Photo by @johnbweller
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Thank you to everyone who has already donated to our #GivingTuesday fundraiser. Help us reach our goal with a $5 donation now. The link is in our bio.⁣ ⁣ Tap through to our stories to hear from one of our founders, @ShawnHeinrichs.⁣ ⁣ Photo by @johnbweller

3 days ago
This year, @BlueSphereFoundation has earned great conservation wins, including the critical protection of keystone shark species. Our work would not be possible without your support. We invite you to join us as we protect our ocean for generations to come TOGETHER. Tap through to our link in bio and donate to @BlueSphereFoundation today. 100% of all donations directly support our work. #GivingTuesday⁠⠀⁠⠀Photo by @ShawnHeinrichs
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This year, @BlueSphereFoundation has earned great conservation wins, including the critical protection of keystone shark species. Our work would not be possible without your support. We invite you to join us as we protect our ocean for generations to come TOGETHER. Tap through to our link in bio and donate to @BlueSphereFoundation today. 100% of all donations directly support our work. #GivingTuesday⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Photo by @ShawnHeinrichs

3 days ago
This #GivingTuesday, double your impact through our Facebook fundraiser and support our shared efforts for a healthy ocean. Donate today to help us unlock matching donations from Facebook tomorrow! The link is in our bio.Photo by @ShawnHeinrichs
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This #GivingTuesday, double your impact through our Facebook fundraiser and support our shared efforts for a healthy ocean. Donate today to help us unlock matching donations from Facebook tomorrow! The link is in our bio. Photo by @ShawnHeinrichs

3 days ago
Filter feeders like #MantaRays and #WhaleSharks accidentally ingest dozens to hundreds of microplastics every hour in the waters of Indonesia. At @BlueSphereFoundation, we believe in using art and media as tools to spark curiosity and inspire everyone to take action for the ocean. Join us in the crusade for healthy seas and donate to our #GivingTuesday fundraiser. The link is in our bio.⁠⠀⁠⠀Video by @ShawnHeinrichs⁠⠀
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Filter feeders like #MantaRays and #WhaleSharks accidentally ingest dozens to hundreds of microplastics every hour in the waters of Indonesia. At @BlueSphereFoundation, we believe in using art and media as tools to spark curiosity and inspire everyone to take action for the ocean. Join us in the crusade for healthy seas and donate to our #GivingTuesday fundraiser. The link is in our bio.⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Video by @ShawnHeinrichs⁠⠀

sealegacy 😢 We’re with you! #TurningTheTide 👊

4 days ago
Photo by @ShawnHeinrichs // When you look down the barrel of a massive whale shark as it gorges itself on delicious eggs, you are overcome by a deep sense of humility and wonder about how magnificent nature truly is. And with hearts full of gratitude, we must come together and take ACTION in defense of all of these precious and vulnerable animals. 🌀🦈💥⁠⠀END THE WAR ON SHARKS ⁠⠀@bluespherefoundation @sealegacy @wildaid #turningthetide #worthmorealive #savesharks
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Photo by @ShawnHeinrichs // When you look down the barrel of a massive whale shark as it gorges itself on delicious eggs, you are overcome by a deep sense of humility and wonder about how magnificent nature truly is. And with hearts full of gratitude, we must come together and take ACTION in defense of all of these precious and vulnerable animals. 🌀🦈💥⁠⠀ END THE WAR ON SHARKS ⁠⠀ @bluespherefoundation @sealegacy @wildaid #turningthetide #worthmorealive #savesharks

4 days ago
If you're looking for a gift that gives back this season, join our friends @coralgardeners in giving the gift of a healthy ocean. By adopting a coral in the name of a friend or family member, the team at @coralgardeners will collect broken pieces of coral and bring the fragments to a nursery table where they will grow for a period of 3 to 4 weeks. Once they're healthy enough, the coral will then be replanted into the reef. Tap through to @coralgardeners to adopt one today!⁠⠀⁠⠀📽️ @mitty planting her first coral, by @candace.crespi
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If you're looking for a gift that gives back this season, join our friends @coralgardeners in giving the gift of a healthy ocean. By adopting a coral in the name of a friend or family member, the team at @coralgardeners will collect broken pieces of coral and bring the fragments to a nursery table where they will grow for a period of 3 to 4 weeks. Once they're healthy enough, the coral will then be replanted into the reef. Tap through to @coralgardeners to adopt one today!⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ 📽️ @mitty planting her first coral, by @candace.crespi

mitty I absolutely love this. A real, tangible way each of us can regrow a whole reef!!

4 days ago
Photo by @ShawnHeinrichs // Channel your inner manta ray with @CapeClasp's Manta Ray Clasp or the new Manta Ray Ring and 15% of the sale will help to continue our work at @BlueSphereFoundation. Tap through to our stories to check them out!⁠
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Photo by @ShawnHeinrichs // Channel your inner manta ray with @CapeClasp's Manta Ray Clasp or the new Manta Ray Ring and 15% of the sale will help to continue our work at @BlueSphereFoundation. Tap through to our stories to check them out!⁠

1 weeks ago
Repost from @SeaLegacy, photo by @jim_abernethy // "A major success in Florida! FWC announced they are going to stop spraying Lake Okeechobee and evaluate herbicide spraying. This wouldn’t have been possible without the collective effort of all of you. So thank you to the 172,000 people that signed the petition we put up! A special shout out to those of you who went above and beyond to see this through. ⁠⠀Thank you especially to the FWC commissioners who closely listened to almost a dozen of us at the last meeting. Glyphosate and other chemicals are linked to drinking water contamination, wildlife mortality, and the red tide epidemic that has killed an alarming amount of marine life including over 1200 sea turtles. We have their attention, so let’s pick up the momentum and end the use of these toxic chemicals. ⁠⠀Want to get involved? Go to the link in my bio and sign the petition if you haven't already. Together, we can keep #TurningTheTide."
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Repost from @SeaLegacy, photo by @jim_abernethy // "A major success in Florida! FWC announced they are going to stop spraying Lake Okeechobee and evaluate herbicide spraying. This wouldn’t have been possible without the collective effort of all of you. So thank you to the 172,000 people that signed the petition we put up! A special shout out to those of you who went above and beyond to see this through. ⁠⠀ Thank you especially to the FWC commissioners who closely listened to almost a dozen of us at the last meeting. Glyphosate and other chemicals are linked to drinking water contamination, wildlife mortality, and the red tide epidemic that has killed an alarming amount of marine life including over 1200 sea turtles. We have their attention, so let’s pick up the momentum and end the use of these toxic chemicals. ⁠⠀ Want to get involved? Go to the link in my bio and sign the petition if you haven't already. Together, we can keep #TurningTheTide."

2 weeks ago
Nicknamed “Devil Rays,” mobula rays are in fact gentle and intelligent giants that peacefully peruse the waters, straining tiny animals and plants to feed. Their nickname stems from their "horns" which are, in fact, simply extensions of their fins which help guide plankton (their favorite food) into their mouths. ⁠⠀⁠⠀Photo by @ShawnHeinrichs
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Nicknamed “Devil Rays,” mobula rays are in fact gentle and intelligent giants that peacefully peruse the waters, straining tiny animals and plants to feed. Their nickname stems from their "horns" which are, in fact, simply extensions of their fins which help guide plankton (their favorite food) into their mouths. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Photo by @ShawnHeinrichs

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BREAKING NEWS: We're applauding Colombia's decision to revisit - and rethink - the recent authorization of shark harvesting in Colombia’s waters. Colombia is already a leader on shark conservation, outlawing direct shark fisheries and harvesting shark for their fins, and, today, we hope the country will honor its leadership position. @SeaLegacy, @BlueSphereFoundation and @LonelyWhale are asking the Colombian leadership to place a zero quota on all protected shark species and fins, prohibit international trade of shark fins and meat, and significantly reduce the quota on by-catch for non-protected shark. It's imperative that regulations are put in place to ensure existing laws are honored to truly protect sharks in Colombia. Tap through to our stories to read and share the full letter. #TurningTheTide with @BlueSphereFoundation and @LonelyWhale NOTICIAS DE ÚLTIMA HORA: Aplaudimos al gobierno de la República de Colombia por su disposición a revaluar - y reconsiderar - la reciente autorización de pesca de tiburones en sus aguas. Dado que Colombia ya es un líder en la conservación de tiburones, haciendo ilegal todas las pesquerías dirigidas a los tiburones y prohibiendo el “aleteo”, esperamos que hoy el país honre su posición de liderazgo. @SeaLegacy, @BlueSphereFoundation y @LonelyWhale hacen un respetuoso llamado a los líderes de Colombia a que coloquen una cuota cero a todas las especies de tiburones protegidas, prohiba el comercio internacional de aletas y carne de tiburón y reduzca significativamente la cuota de captura incidental de especies de tiburón no protegidas. Es esencial que se establezcan nuevas regulaciones para garantizar que las leyes existentes sean honradas y que los tiburones sean verdaderamente protegidos en Colombia. Te invitamos a ver nuestras Stories para leer y compartir la carta completa. @Minambientecol @Mincomercioco @Minagriculturacol @IvanDuqueMarquez @Senadogovco Photos by @ShawnHeinrichs

2 weeks ago
BREAKING NEWS: We're applauding Colombia's decision to revisit - and rethink - the recent authorization of shark harvesting in Colombia’s waters. Colombia is already a leader on shark conservation, outlawing direct shark fisheries and harvesting sharks for their fins, and, today, we hope the country will honor its leadership position. @SeaLegacy, @BlueSphereFoundation and @LonelyWhale are asking the Colombian leadership to place a zero quota on all protected shark species and fins, prohibit international trade of shark fins and meat, and significantly reduce the quota on by-catch for non-protected sharks. It's imperative that regulations are put in place to ensure existing laws are honored to truly protect sharks in Colombia. Tap through to our stories to read and share the full letter. #TurningTheTide with @BlueSphereFoundation and @LonelyWhale.⁣Photo by @ShawnHeinrichs⁣@Minambientecol @Mincomercioco @Minagriculturacol @IvanDuqueMarquez @Senadogovco⁣⁣NOTICIAS DE ÚLTIMA HORA: Aplaudimos al gobierno de la República de Colombia por su decisión de revaluar - y reconsiderar - la reciente autorización de pesca de tiburones en sus aguas. Dado que Colombia ya es un líder en la conservación de tiburones, haciendo ilegal todas las pesquerías dirigidas a los tiburones y prohibiendo el “aleteo”, esperamos que hoy el país honre su posición de liderazgo. @SeaLegacy, @BlueSphereFoundation y @LonelyWhale hacen un respetuoso llamado a los líderes de Colombia a que coloquen una cuota cero a todas las especies de tiburones protegidas, prohiban el comercio internacional de aletas y carne de tiburón y reduzcan significativamente la cuota de captura incidental de especies de tiburón no protegidas. Es esencial que se establezcan nuevas regulaciones para garantizar que las leyes existentes sean honradas y que los tiburones sean verdaderamente protegidos en Colombia.⁣Te invitamos a ver nuestras Stories para leer y compartir la carta completa. ⁣Foto por @ShawnHeinrichs⁣@Minambientecol @Mincomercioco @Minagriculturacol
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BREAKING NEWS: We're applauding Colombia's decision to revisit - and rethink - the recent authorization of shark harvesting in Colombia’s waters. Colombia is already a leader on shark conservation, outlawing direct shark fisheries and harvesting sharks for their fins, and, today, we hope the country will honor its leadership position. @SeaLegacy, @BlueSphereFoundation and @LonelyWhale are asking the Colombian leadership to place a zero quota on all protected shark species and fins, prohibit international trade of shark fins and meat, and significantly reduce the quota on by-catch for non-protected sharks. It's imperative that regulations are put in place to ensure existing laws are honored to truly protect sharks in Colombia. Tap through to our stories to read and share the full letter. #TurningTheTide with @BlueSphereFoundation and @LonelyWhale.⁣ Photo by @ShawnHeinrichs@Minambientecol @Mincomercioco @Minagriculturacol @IvanDuqueMarquez @Senadogovco⁣ ⁣ NOTICIAS DE ÚLTIMA HORA: Aplaudimos al gobierno de la República de Colombia por su decisión de revaluar - y reconsiderar - la reciente autorización de pesca de tiburones en sus aguas. Dado que Colombia ya es un líder en la conservación de tiburones, haciendo ilegal todas las pesquerías dirigidas a los tiburones y prohibiendo el “aleteo”, esperamos que hoy el país honre su posición de liderazgo. @SeaLegacy, @BlueSphereFoundation y @LonelyWhale hacen un respetuoso llamado a los líderes de Colombia a que coloquen una cuota cero a todas las especies de tiburones protegidas, prohiban el comercio internacional de aletas y carne de tiburón y reduzcan significativamente la cuota de captura incidental de especies de tiburón no protegidas. Es esencial que se establezcan nuevas regulaciones para garantizar que las leyes existentes sean honradas y que los tiburones sean verdaderamente protegidos en Colombia.⁣ Te invitamos a ver nuestras Stories para leer y compartir la carta completa. ⁣ Foto por @ShawnHeinrichs@Minambientecol @Mincomercioco @Minagriculturacol

sealegacy 🙌🦈🦈🦈 stand up for sharks!

shawnheinrichs Please do the right thing Colombia💙🦈🦈

2 weeks ago
BREAKING: Today, the U.S. House of Representatives PASSED legislation to ban the U.S. shark fin trade, following campaigning by @Oceana. The global shark fin trade is a major contributor to the decline of shark populations around the world, with fins from as many as 73 million sharks ending up in the market every year.  Some shark populations have declined by more than 90% in recent decades due to overfishing, and one-third of identified shark species in the Hong Kong fin trade, the historic center of the global trade, are threatened with extinction. Although shark finning is illegal in U.S. waters, fins can still be bought and sold throughout much of the United States. These fins are often imported from countries that have ineffective shark finning bans or otherwise inadequate protections in place for sharks. Oceana applauds the House for passing this important legislation. Now it’s time for the Senate to do the same. 🦈Photograph by @ShawnHeinrichs
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BREAKING: Today, the U.S. House of Representatives PASSED legislation to ban the U.S. shark fin trade, following campaigning by @Oceana. The global shark fin trade is a major contributor to the decline of shark populations around the world, with fins from as many as 73 million sharks ending up in the market every year. Some shark populations have declined by more than 90% in recent decades due to overfishing, and one-third of identified shark species in the Hong Kong fin trade, the historic center of the global trade, are threatened with extinction. Although shark finning is illegal in U.S. waters, fins can still be bought and sold throughout much of the United States. These fins are often imported from countries that have ineffective shark finning bans or otherwise inadequate protections in place for sharks. Oceana applauds the House for passing this important legislation. Now it’s time for the Senate to do the same. 🦈 Photograph by @ShawnHeinrichs

3 weeks ago
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