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Monday, January 23, 2012

Meet Steve Blair, One of the Aquarium’s Original Aquarists | Claire  buttonLink

Meet Steve Blair, One of the Aquarium’s Original Aquarists

Get an insider’s look at what goes on at the Aquarium through the eyes of Assistant Curator Steve Blair. Steve’s duties include overseeing the care of our animals, ensuring aquarists on our staff have the training and support they need, and planning future exhibits.

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Animal Updates | Mammals | Volunteering

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Hugh’s Aquarium Animal Cast Of Characters: Part One | Hugh  buttonLink

Hugh’s Aquarium Animal Cast Of Characters: Part One

A list of the critters I spend my Saturdays with

This week I’d like to share with everyone a list of the wonderful cast of animal characters that I’ll be working around on Saturdays during my volunteer shift at the Aquarium of the Pacific in 2012. We’ll start with the marine mammals.

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Animal Updates | Mammals | Conservation | Whale Watching

Friday, January 13, 2012

Orcas…AGAIN! | Kera  buttonLink

Orcas…AGAIN!

This has truly been an amazing whale watch season, and there are still so many months to go! Our interns for the spring arrived this week and on Tuesday we went out on the boats for a training. When I was walking down to the boat, Captain Chris asked me if I had my camera (which of course I always do), and he said “Good! It’s your lucky day!” Read on to find out what made this day extra special!

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Animal Updates | Mammals | Volunteering | Whale Watching

Thursday, January 05, 2012

Watching Breaching Whales From The Cliffs | Hugh  buttonLink

Watching Breaching Whales From The Cliffs

Breaching Gray Whales and Aggressive Looking Orcas Make for Exciting Whale Watching from Point Vicente

There are few places in the world where you can stand in one spot and have the potential of spotting two dozen species of marine mammals. One of those places is in the Aquarium of the Pacific own backyard. The cliffs of the Palos Verdes Peninsula just a few miles up the coast offers a unique vantage point for sighting marine mammals without having the threat of sea sickness.

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