Shark monitoring in South Carolina
|Goal||Help monitor the populations of NC resident shark species.|
|Task||Help catch, measure, tag, and release sharks.|
The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources coastal shark survey monitors the populations of our resident shark species. We need volunteers to come out on the boat with us to help catch, measure, tag, and release sharks. Participants must be 18 or older, must not get seasick, and must be ok being out on the water all day in a boat that has no shade or bathroom. We leave from Charleston, SC.
|How to Join||
Contact David Shiffman (WhySharksMatter AT Gmail DOT com) with the subject "Shark Volunteer".
Lunch, bottled water, sunscreen, and clothes that you don't care about.
|Ideal Age Group||Adults|
|Spend the Time||outdoors|
|Type of Activity||At the beach, In oceans, streams, rivers, lakes|
|Tags||Ocean , sharks|
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