Ocean Conservation

Marin County, CA—The gentle rains of the last week have brought endangered coho salmon back to Lagunitas Creek in west Marin County. Wild coho salmon return to their natal streams with the first fall rains and can be observed spawning from November through January when conditions...

For Immediate Release: November 10, 2022 Contact: Ayano Hayes, Watershed Biologist, (916) 216-8355‬, ahayes@tirn.net Todd Steiner, Executive Director, (415) 488-7652, tsteiner@tirn.net Photo Credit: Bud Vieira Naturalist-led Creek Tours Being Offered to the Public Marin County, CA—The gentle rains of the last week have brought endangered coho salmon back to Lagunitas Creek...

This December 10-20, 2022, a special expedition to Cocos Island National Park and two neighboring Seamounts will take place. A collaboration of the Costa Rican organization CREMA, Turtle Island Restoration Network, and the Sea Change Agency, the expedition will be led by scientist Randall Arauz,...

California’s Leatherback Conservation Day became law in 2012, thanks to the work of then Turtle Island Restoration Network (TIRN) lead campaigner Teri Shore, who first proposed it and found state legislators to sponsor the legislation. (Teri is now a TIRN Board member). The California Marine Reptile...