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Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary

  • Blogs

    September 21, 2010

    Ocean Beach Whale Likely an Endangered Species

    Stoke ReportEither way, it's a shame​Scientists analyzing the dead whale that washed up on Ocean Beach yesterday were unable to determine exactly what manner of whale it was. They did narrow it down to two species, however -- both of which are endangered. Jan Roletto, the research coordinator at t ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 20, 2010

    Dead Whale Washes Up on Ocean Beach (PICS)

    Stoke ReportPoor surfing -- and a dead whale​Continuing a rough spell for our Cetacean brethren, a large dead whale was today spotted on Ocean Beach. The whale -- which at least appears to have been dead for some time -- washed up between Kirkham and Lawton. This is the third dead whale spotted in ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 27, 2010

    Was Dead Whale in Bay Struck by Boat?

    Annie Schmidt/PRBO Conservation ScienceMaybe this was a boating accident...​A young humpback whale sighted off the Farallones Sunday may have been struck by a boat and left to die, scientists fear. The 25-foot whale was spotted by biologist Jaime Jahncke, a researcher at PRBO. Scientists afloat fo ... More >>

  • Calendar

    October 5, 2005

    Let Me Ride

    Cycling on celluloid

  • Calendar

    October 8, 2003

    Hey, Sailor!

    Salty young dogs party on

  • News

    September 3, 2003

    Bad Vibrations

    Surfers battle enviro-surfers over a proposed jet-ski ban that would protect wildlife -- but threaten big-wave surfing at the legendary break known as Maverick's

  • News

    May 9, 2001

    Fallout

    Newly released documents indicate the Navy dumped far more nuclear waste than it's ever acknowledged in a major commercial fishery just 30 miles west of San Francisco. Why won't the government even study the Farallon Islands Nuclear Waste Site?

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