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Galapagos Related Articles

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Below is a list of links to articles written by Sea Shepherd about the Galapagos Campaign. These articles were originally posted in either our News Release or Commentary/Editorial sections.

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Galapagos-related News Releases and Editorials
by Sea Shepherd:

2009 - April 14
Report on Illegal Fishing Vessels Caught Inside the Marine Reserve

2009 - April 14
Shark Poachers Caught for the Second Time Inside the Galapagos Marine Reserve

2008 - October 17
Sea Shepherd Helps Establish Permanent Base at Darwin and Wolf

2008 - October 9
Hominid Exotics Removed from the Galapagos

2008 - September 30
Exotic Control Program in the Galapagos

2008 - May 8
Smelly Fishy Business in the Galapagos

2008 - March 13
Evolution Is Going To The Dogs In The Galapagos

2008 - March 6
Sea Shepherd Deploys K-9 Unit to the Galapagos

2008 - January 28
Sea Shepherd Galapagos Update

2007 - August 10
Planktos is a No Show in the Galapagos

2007 - August 09
Open Letter to the President of Ecuador

2007 - August 09
Fighting For What is Right for the People in Ecuador

2007 - August 06
The Galapagos Needs President Correa to Speak Up for Sean O'Hearn-Gimenez and the Sharks

2007 - August 04
Sea Shepherd Galapagos Director Freed

2007 - August 04
Shark Fin Scandal Explodes in Ecuador: Sea Shepherd Director Illegally Ousted

2007 - August 04
Sea Shepherd Galapagos Director Sean O'Hearn-Gimenez Arrested in Ecuador

2007 - July 20
Project Protect Sea Cucumbers - Report from the Field

2007 - July 18
Operation Aquatic Iron Dust Storm

2007 - July 12
Sea Shepherd Signs Historic Agreement with the Government of Ecuador to Protect the Galapagos

2007 - July 10
Sea Shepherd Investigation Leads to Indictment of Mangrove Destroying Mayor

2007 - July 10
Sea Shepherd Investigates Galapagos Tortoise Killers

2007 - July 02
Sea Shepherd Seizes Massive Illegal Longline in the Galapagos

2007 - July 02
Sea Shepherd Busts Sea Cucumber Poachers in Ecuador

2007 - June 29
Galapagos Islands Listed as a World Heritage Site in Danger

2007 - June 20
Sea Shepherd Galapagos Sting Results in Seizure of Over 18,000 Shark Fins

2007 - June 12
Sea Shepherd Galapagos Unveils Investigation of Political Corruption

2007 - May 01
Ecuador Will Join the International Whaling Commission This Year

2007 - March 22
Sharkwater Film Release in Canada - Filmmaker Documents Sea Shepherd & Sharks

2006 - December 29
Sea Shepherd Calls for a Ban of Alibaba.com's Listings Supporting the Shark Fin Trade

2006 - October 31
Sea Shepherd Partners with World Wildlife Fund to Protect the Galapagos

2006 - May 10
Sea Shepherd Welcomes Raquel Molina as the New Director of the Galapagos National

2006 - February 23
Galapagos Update

2006 - April 14
Ecuador Takes Action on Population Pressure in the Galapagos

2006 - February 23
Galapagos Update

2005 - December 28
Victory in the Galapagos - Longlining in the Galapagos is Banned

2005 - November 10
Sea Shepherd Embarks on a Study of Business Efforts to Stop Destruction of Nature in the Galapagos

2005 - October 13
Costa Rican Shark Hunter Slips Into Galapagos Under the U.S. Flag

2005 - October 11
Criminal Tourists Plundering the Galapagos

2005 - September 22
Farley Mowat Crew Battles Oil Spill in the Galapagos

2005 - August 25
Bound for the Galapagos Islands

2004 - October 21
Sea Cucumber Fishery in the Galapagos Falls Short of Quota

2004 - October 19
Galapagos Update

2004 - September 28
Galapagos Strike Ends

2004 - September 24
Ecuador's Congress Condemns Recent Decisions

2004 - September 22
Chaos in the Galapagos Continues

2004 - September 17
Call to Action: Galapagos Needs Your Help!!

2004 - August 5
Interceptions and Arrests in the Galapagos During the Last 90 Days

2004 - July 2
StarKist Responds to Charges of Violating the Galapagos Marine Reserve

2004 - June 22
Sea Shepherd Arrives at Malpelo National Park

2004 - June 21
The Sea Cucumber Fishery is Closed in the Galapagos

2004 - June 17
Sea Shepherd Nabs Two More Fishing Boats in the Galapagos Marine Reserve

2004 - June 13
Sea Shepherd Moves Patrol to Cocos Island, Costa Rica

2004- June 12
Sea Shepherd Applauds Ecuadorian Gov Ruling - Shark Fins Banned from Export in Ecuador

2004 - June 12
Sea Shepherd Turns Over Poacher to Galapagos Park Rangers

2004 - June 11
Report on the Interception of the Costa Rican Longliner Kendy

2004 - June 10
Sea Shepherd Seizes Costa Rican Longliner in Galapagos Marine Reserve

2004 - June 10
Spay and Neutering Project on Isabela a Success

2004 - June 9
Report from the Sea Shepherd ship Farley Mowat

2004 - June 7
Ecuador Appeases Thugs Yet Again

2004 - June 6
D-Day in the Galapagos - Sea Shepherd Lands Crew on the Beaches of the National Park

2004 - June 6
Kiwi Freed as Galapagos Islands Hostage Drama Ends

2004 - June 5
As Situation Deteriorates in Galapagos Canada Blames the Messenger

2004 - June 4
Skipper in risky rescue attempt

2004 - June 4
Galapagos Governor Condones Anarchy

2004 - June 3
Galapagos Under Siege!!

2004 - May 29
Ecuadorian Government Surrenders to Violent Thugs Once Again

2004 - May 28
Sea Shepherd Crew Defending Lonesome George

2004 - May 25
Captain Paul Watson Reports from the Galapagos for May 2004

2002 - February 22
Sirenian Seizes Sea Cucumbers From Poachers

2001 - October 25
Victory in the Galapagos

2001 - August 28
Stand-Off - Update from the Ocean Warrior

2001 - July 19
15 Dead Sea Lions Found Mutilated

2001 - March 12
Sea Shepherd Captures Two More Poachers

 

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