The N.J.S.A.F Team supports the good work of Save Coastal Wildlife. Check them out at the link below https://www.savecoastalwildlife.org/
You would be surprised how many people tell me they are afraid to go into the water because of sharks. For that reason I will be featuring shark protection products. One of the reasons for the existence of NJSAF is to show people what a rare thing a shark attack is. But, that alone is … Continue reading Products to Help Overcome Fear of Sharks
Attention NJ Lifeguards. Stingrays are on the move all along the Jersey Shore and have reached as far north as Sandy Hook.
Saw my first SharkBanz at the beach today! Worn by an open ocean swimmer! Lots of Dolphins out this morning! Feeding and jumping! As usual when I take photos I get waves and no dolphins.
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New Jersey Attacks NJ001- July 6, 1842, Absecon NJ002- August 28, 1884, Bayonne NJ003- August 1886, Highlands NJ004- August 1886, Sandy Hook NJ005- August 1886, Highlands NJ006- August 17, 1890, Sea Bright NJ007- August 29, 1891, Longport NJ008- August 2, 1895, Raritan Bay NJ009- July 6, 1902, Atlantic City NJ010- September 16, 1903, Atlantic City … Continue reading Updated Known Shark Attacks from NJ & NY Waters
NY038 July 15. 2022 Fire Island off Seaview Beach 18:00 Unprovoked Non-Fatal Attack Victim was a 49-year-old man. He was standing in waist deep water when attacked. He was bitten on the left wrist and buttocks. The victim walked out of the water under his own power and was airlifted to the hospital with non-life … Continue reading 5th Attack on Long Island
It is starting to look more and more like juvenile Sand Tigers (Carcharias taurus) are responsible for the 5 attacks this week on Long Island. The wounds and descriptions bear this out. From the description one or more 4' Sand Tigers have been the cause of all these recent attacks. The distance between the two … Continue reading Starting to look like Sand Tigers
Setting up for our shark week book reading for children at the Little Sliver Public Library.
NY037 July 15, 2022 Time Approximately 07:45 Smith Point State Park, Southern part of beach. Unprovoked Non-Fatal Attack A 41-year-old man bitten in the leg, while surfing or paddle boarding. He received a 4 inch gash in the leg. He said the shark knocked him off his board and started to circle. He punched it … Continue reading 4th Shark Attack in NY this season 7/13/2002