NOAA Celebrates Seal Week 2022
Join us for a week-long celebration of seals and other pinnipeds and get the scoop on NOAA’s seal conservation efforts.
During Seal Week, NOAA Fisheries highlights seals and sea lions through science, conservation, and management.
We are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Marine Mammal Protection Act by highlighting conservation and research efforts to protect Hawaiian monk seals.
Stranding teams ask the public to report sea lions in distress and stay clear.
Male Hawaiian monk seals sometimes “cruise” beaches and get into scuffles with one another—and it all has to do with mating.
This spring, NOAA Fisheries released its draft Equity and Environmental Justice Strategy. The purpose of this strategy is to guide us as we focus on serving all communities more equitably and effectively. The comment period has been extended 30 days to Friday, September 30.
On July 15, a federal judge found four seafood importers guilty in a conspiracy to illegally smuggle prohibited catfish into the United States. This case is part of an effort to reduce illegal fishing.
Nominations for Advisory Committee and Species Working Group Technical Advisor Appointments to the U.S. Section to the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas
We are soliciting nominations (which may include self-nominations) to the Advisory Committee to the U.S. Section to the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas . NOAA Fisheries is also soliciting nominations for Technical Advisors to the Advisory Committee’s species working groups. Nominations are due by September 30.
Learning About Elusive, Mysterious Alaska Sharks Through Partnerships and Electronic Monitoring Technology
Fishermen are collecting key biological data from incidentally caught sharks in cooperative NOAA Fisheries research.
Notes from our 2022 Oregon Sea Grant Scholar, Alex Wang. This post is part of the blog series The Newportal.
A NOAA-funded project is creating community-run aquaculture for giant clams, providing food and jobs and supporting cultural practices.
As part of the Faces of the Southeast Fisheries Science Center series, meet Jeff Gearhart.
Study helps to identify important stream reaches for Atlantic salmon habitat.