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Animal Updates | Birds | Diving | Enrichment

Monday, June 30, 2014

Therapeutic Enrichment | Dominique  buttonLink

Therapeutic Enrichment

Sometimes our animals need a little extra love and care. Just like how we may need some cheering up when we’re sick, our recuperating animals appreciate some extra attention too. Enrichment is more than just for fun, it can also be used to benefit animals in recovery.

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Diving

Monday, May 23, 2011

Aquarium Dive Safety Officer Helps with Groundbreaking SCUBA Study | Claire  buttonLink

Aquarium Dive Safety Officer Helps with Groundbreaking SCUBA Study

Our own Assistant Dive Safety Officer Eric Castillo went to the Cayman Islands this month to help the Cody Unser First Step Foundation with a pioneering study of the benefits of SCUBA for people with paralysis. The study’s subjects were ten veterans who have paralysis. Eric helped with instruction and coaching to get all the participants certified to SCUBA dive.

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Diving | Volunteering | Mammals

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

SWIMMING WITH SEA LIONS | Hugh  buttonLink

SWIMMING WITH SEA LIONS

Some of my fondest memories of volunteering at the Aquarium of the Pacific come from the impromptu enrichment swims that we use to do in the Seal and Sea Lion Exhibit. I remember floating in the water nose to nose with a sea lion only inches away from my mask as we both lazily bobbed just under the surface with the critter looking upon me with a gaze of familiarity that only comes from years of working with an animal.

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Diving | Volunteering

Sunday, December 02, 2007

Diving | Andy  buttonLink

Diving

The real magic first appeared near the end of my seventh year as a volunteer diver at the Aquarium of the Pacific.  Magic came in the form of a child, an adorable four year old called Michelangelo.

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