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Thursday, February 25, 2010

FROM A SEA LION’S POINT OF VIEW | Hugh  buttonLink

FROM A SEA LION’S POINT OF VIEW

Milo the sea lion really seems to enjoy playing with sea lion-cam. With the enthusiasm that he shows when carrying the camera rig he reminds me of a golden retriever with a favorite tennis ball. Check out Milo’s latest video creation “From a Sea Lion’s Point of View” where you’ll see the pinniped exhibit and underwater visitors tunnel from a sea lion’s perspective.

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Whale Watching | Birds

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Brown Pelicans Are Off the Endangered Species List | Kera  buttonLink

Brown Pelicans Are Off the Endangered Species List

But they're still not in the clear!

When we go out on our daily cruises, we see a large variety of birds. A good chunk of the birds are brown pelicans. They are such an incredible animal to watch hunt as they’re the bird that does a nosedive right into the water at crazy speeds. They were on the endangered species list until just recently, but that doesn’t mean they’re in the clear just yet.

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Volunteering | Mammals

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Get Ready to Meet Shelby the Harbor Seal | Hugh  buttonLink

Get Ready to Meet Shelby the Harbor Seal

Coming soon: Visitors to the Aquarium of the Pacific may get a chance to meet one of my favorite harbor seals, Shelby, up close and personal.

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Whale Watching | Mammals

Thursday, February 04, 2010

Which of the Grays are Here to Play? | Kera  buttonLink

Which of the Grays are Here to Play?

An update and expansion from the last blog.

Now that we’re into February that also means that we’re well into gray whale season. We’re seeing quite a few southbound whales, including cow-calf pairs still. If the pregnant females are going down there to have babies, who are all the other whales going down there? Read on to find out about the different groups of gray whales heading south!

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