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Animal Updates | Mammals | Volunteering

Thursday, August 28, 2014

What People Think I Do | Hugh  buttonLink

What People Think I Do

Working the 80% to enjoy the 20%

There is a popular meme out on social media called “What People Think I Do” that shows what different people think your job involves depending on their perspective. Check out my description of what people think a husbandry (animal care) volunteer does.

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Animal Updates | Birds | Enrichment

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

One Tough Customer | Dominique  buttonLink

One Tough Customer

Sometimes it takes some trial and error, and a bit of luck, to figure out what type of enrichment our animals enjoy.

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Animal Updates | Mammals | Conservation | Education | Whale Watching

Thursday, August 21, 2014

What a Summer We are Having! | Julien  buttonLink

What a Summer We are Having!

Hello whale fans! I am back and am so excited to report all the cetacean activity we have been having this summer! If you have had a chance to go out on the water then you may have an idea of how thrilling our trips have been. If you have not, you should take a few hours to see some amazing marine life with us! Blues, fins, minkes, humpbacks, dolphins, mola molas and even a thresher shark! Read on to learn more.

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Animal Updates | Mammals | Volunteering

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Sea Otters Using Ice to Keep Warm | Hugh  buttonLink

Sea Otters Using Ice to Keep Warm

The Otter Days Of Summer

It may seem counter intuitive but the sea otters at the Aquarium of the Pacific use piles of ice to help them stay warm.

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Animal Updates | Birds | Enrichment

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Aquarium Animals Support Recycling | Dominique  buttonLink

Aquarium Animals Support Recycling

Our animals at the Aquarium support recycling, especially when it means they get a fun new toy. Kevin the Aracari enjoys the challenges and rewards of a food enrichment made from recycled materials.

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