Shots: Shark Angels & Jay Clue Adopt A Shark Collab

As many of you know, I love donating photos to help out conservation organizations & research centers that are putting in the hard work every day to help preserve and protect our planet. Recently, I’ve been linking up with the fantastic humans behind Shark Angels to support their incredible work with some shark photos. Their new Adopt a Whale Shark fact cards have just come back from the printer, and they look AWESOME! The card features one of my shots of a juvenile whale shark from La Paz in Baja California Sur, Mexico. In the next few weeks, they will also be releasing the new Great Hammerhead Adopt a Shark fact card, which features a shot of one of Bimini’s famous winter residents. Let’s see if my shark lovers out there can guess who it is!

Shark Angels’ Adopt a Shark¬†program helps support efforts to raise awareness of critical issues facing sharks and protect these and other threatened species. It’s a great way to get involved and help support the preservation of these beautiful creatures. Your Adopt a Shark donation not only helps sharks but comes with a bunch of fun stuff to go with it. I’m not going to lie, I love their shark plushies!

Shark Angels came together in 2007 with an idea to re-invent how the world approaches shark conservation. Their positive and contagiously fun approach is a breath of fresh air in an industry that normally can feel a bit filled with doom and gloom. Since their inception, Shark Angels’ outreach programs have clocked over 7,000 hours of shark education – with most of those hours going to people who would otherwise never have the opportunity to receive it. They’re also heavily focused on driving positive shark media around the world and have over 150 hours of global news & media coverage to their credit. And that’s just the beginning. Head over to www.SharkAngels.org to adopt your shark today and learn more about these remarkable humans working to change how the world views our finned friends.

Shark Angels Adopt a Whale Shark with photographer Jay Clue
Shark Angels Adopt a Great Hammerhead Shark featuring photo by Jay Clue

What is Shark Angels?

Shark Angels came together in 2007 with an idea to re-invent how the world approaches shark conservation. Their positive and contagiously fun approach is a breath of fresh air in an industry that generally can feel a bit filled with doom and gloom. Since their inception, Shark Angels’ outreach programs have clocked over 7,000 hours of shark education – with most of those hours going to people who would otherwise never have the opportunity to receive it. They’re also heavily focused on driving positive shark media around the world and have over 150 hours of global news & media coverage to their credit. And that’s just the beginning. Head over to www.SharkAngels.org to adopt your shark today and learn more about these remarkable humans working to change how the world views our finned friends.