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Thursday, March 05, 2015

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Why So Many Grays?

Like I have been mentioning in the last few blogs, we are counting more southbound whales than ever which raises the question; why? Are there actually greater numbers heading south or are we just seeing greater numbers off the coast during the annual gray whale census?

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Thursday, February 26, 2015

A Feast Fit for a King or Otter | Hugh  buttonLink

A Feast Fit for a King or Otter

Preparing the Sea Otter's Daily Diet

A sea otter’s daily diet being prepared like a fine sea food restaurant chef would.

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Thursday, February 19, 2015

Killer Whales Unite! | Julien  buttonLink

Killer Whales Unite!

MORE sightings of killer whales and a plethora of gray whales!

We have had a very busy and exciting week in our local world of whales.  Shortly after the last blog was posted we had other sightings of killer whales! This time is was neither the CA51 pod nor the ETP pod. Read on the see who they were identified as and more record breaking gray whale census numbers!

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Thursday, February 05, 2015

One Thousand Three Hundred and Twenty-Five! | Julien  buttonLink

One Thousand Three Hundred and Twenty-Five!

Gray whale numbers breaking more records!

Hello whale lovers! As you have probably heard, our gray whale season has been pretty fabulous with more and more record breaking numbers. Read on to learn more!

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Thursday, January 22, 2015

Grays Galore! | Julien  buttonLink

Grays Galore!

In the last blog I wrote about the killer whale pod, the CA51’s, being back again on the 6th of January, and guess what? They were back the following day on the 7th! So we had TWO days in a row with these whales and were very, very spoiled naturalists. Also, lots and lots of gray whale sightings!

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Thursday, January 08, 2015

The Hunters Return! | Julien  buttonLink

The Hunters Return!

The return of the CA51 Killer whale pod, gray whales, humpbacks, fins and more!

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Animal Updates | Mammals | Penguins | Sharks | Turtles | Volunteering

Thursday, January 01, 2015

My Aquarium Year In Pictures | Hugh  buttonLink

My Aquarium Year In Pictures

An Aquarium of the Pacific Volunteer's 2014 Photo Album

As we head into the New Year I thought we’d take a look back in pictures; this is a husbandry volunteer’s 2014 at the Aquarium of the Pacific.

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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Update: Killer Whales and Grays! | Julien  buttonLink

Update: Killer Whales and Grays!

More Killer Whales

Hello whale lovers! Since we are in the midst of the Holiday Season I wanted to give you all a short and sweet update about our recent killer whale and gray whale sightings! Read on to check it out…

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Animal Updates | Mammals | Video | Volunteering

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Do You Want to Build A Snowman… for the Sea Otters? | Hugh  buttonLink

Do You Want to Build A Snowman… for the Sea Otters?

A decade-long tradition continues. Building a snowman for the sea otters at the Aquarium of the Pacific.

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Thursday, December 11, 2014

A Killer Holiday Season | Julien  buttonLink

A Killer Holiday Season

There has certainly been quite a buzz around the area about our recent killer whale sightings! As mentioned briefly in the last blog, we did have a sighting last month on November 25th of about seven of the ETP (Eastern Tropical Pacific) killer whales. These are whales that are super rare for our waters from the Mexico and Central America area. After this sighting, which included a lot of great activity, they traveled further north. But that is not where the excitement ended!

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