Sawfishes on YouTube
The IUCN Shark Specialist Group hosted a workshop to create a Global Conservation Strategy for the family but also to confirm the status of sawfishes globally. As part of the workshop output, we are happy to provide a number of the presentations on YouTube as well as pdfs of the presentations where available.
- Biology of Sawfishes by John Carlson (NOAA, National Marine Fisheries Service, USA) pdf
- Sawfish: Culture and Conservation by Matthew McDavitt
- Status of Sawfishes in the USA by John Carlson (NOAA, National Marine Fisheries Service, USA) pdf
- Sawfishes in the Gulf by Alec Moore (RSK, UK) pdf
- Status of Sawfishes in Eastern Indian/Western Pacific by Peter Kyne (Charles Darwin University, Australia) pdf
- The International Sawfish Encounter Database by George Burgess (Florida Museum of Natural History, USA) pdf
- Status of Sawfishes in South America by Particia Charvet pdf
- Status of Sawfishes in Australia by Colin Simpfendorfer (James Cook University, Australia)
- Sawfishes in Aquaria by Paula Carlson (Dallas World Aquarium, USA)
- Saving Madagascar's Sawfish by Protect Africa's Sawfishes | Sawfish populations are in decline worldwide and sawfishes are the most endangered of all sharks and rays. The aim of this educational film is to explain to fishing communities in Madagascar how sawfishes and other sharks and rays help to keep ocean and river ecosystems balanced and healthy.
- A fisherman from Madagascar speaks about sawfish by Protect Africa's Sawfishes | Mr. Patrice Jaofara, from northern Madagascar, speaks about sawfish and the changes he has observed in the ocean, over the course of his lifetime.