We host a reef and beach clean up every month on the island of Oahu. The cleanups are usually the 1st Saturday of the month. Check out One Ocean Conservation instagram for more info.
Adopt a shark and help support our research division with our Shark Id program. The adopt also comes with a stuff animal toy shark that we hand out at our educational outreaches
We work with larger companies to help spread awareness about ocean conservation, like Xcel wetsuit's ocean conservation line and Raw Element's reef safe sunscreen
Use the hashtag "#oneoceanvideo" challenge when you post a video made from photo-age during a charter with one ocean diving or any marine conservation initiative. If your video is chosen you win a free trip out with us, valueed up to $150.
Hashtags help spread conservation messages across social media and make it easier to follow and collaborate on initiatives for conservation. Take a look at our favorites and trending hashtags for conservation
Pictured here is Tiger Shark ID "Roxy".
Juan helped save Roxy from a large net and Ocean has helped to remove fishing line from Roxy. Learn more about marine entanglement and what you can do to help marine life.
Hawaii was the 1st state to make it illegal to have or ship shark fins. We are now working on bill to make it illegal to kill sharks for any reason in Hawaii. Sharks are toxic for human consumption and they are so important to the health of the marine ecosystem that we need them alive.. Learn how to help!
One Ocean Research uses non-invasive methods to collect data on the marine animals we see. To learn more about our field IDs using photos and our data set click here.
Want to be really prepared for your experience at One Ocean Diving? Or if you've been diving with One Ocean Diving and want to lean more or share that information with friends then check out Oceans Ramsey's new book on Shark Language, Social behavior, Human interactions, and Life saving information. " This is must read for anyone that likes sharks. Now available through Amazon.Com in full color with images by @JuanSharks Juan Oliphant. You can also call to order your signed copy to pick up in person if you're planning to come dive with sharks in Hawaii soon.
More information on @OneOceanSharks Shark ID program and specific sharks available at OneOceanResearch.Org or OneOceanSharks.Com
Read the recent article Paul Joseph did for Travel Mag, One Ocean Diving is highly recommended.
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