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Thursday, September 25, 2014

From Chips to Brays | Hugh  buttonLink

From Chips to Brays

A Penguin Chick's Voice Change

Check out the awkward penguin moment when a chick’s cute chirps starts turning into the harsher adult penguin guttural brays.

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Thursday, September 11, 2014

Avery the Penguin’s Chick | Hugh  buttonLink

Avery the Penguin’s Chick

My favorite penguin from Brazil has a daughter

Avery was the first penguin I ever got to know personally. This year my favorite Magellanic Penguin, along with his mate Kate, has sired their first chick. And she’s a cutie!

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Animal Updates | Penguins | Enrichment

Friday, July 18, 2014

Curious Penguins | Dominique  buttonLink

Curious Penguins

This June, during the Summer of Wonder, our curious penguins got to meet an even more curious animal at the Aquarium.

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Monday, June 23, 2014

Walking with Penguins at the Aquarium of the Pacific | Hugh  buttonLink

Walking with Penguins at the Aquarium of the Pacific

Penguin Waddle-About

Not old enough to partake in breeding activities the penguin youngsters have been keeping themselves occupied by taking walks around the Aquarium of the Pacific. Check out the video of some of the places at the aquarium they’ve waddled into as they meet sea lions, seals, otters, trout, and guests.

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Thursday, May 08, 2014

Penguins are Habit-Forming | Hugh  buttonLink

Penguins are Habit-Forming

Why watch television soap operas and sitcoms at home when you can just come down to Long Beach and be entertained by the wee waddling wayfarers known as Magellanic Penguins. Warning! Way-too-cute penguin video Ahead!

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Thursday, April 17, 2014

Penguin Party! | Dominique  buttonLink

Penguin Party!

We threw the penguins a party! While it’s breeding season for the penguins, not all of them are stuck at home in their nest box. We planned a bright and colorful enrichment session for a few of the penguins, not currently preoccupied with nesting.

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Thursday, April 10, 2014

Aquarium Snapshots: Spring 2014 | Hugh  buttonLink

Aquarium Snapshots: Spring 2014

Milo the sea lion does a high back flip. Lou the sea turtle glides through the water. Ollie the sea otter enjoys a slide. These are descriptions of some snapshots of the Aquarium of the Pacific’s critters from the past few months.

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Thursday, March 27, 2014

You Know You’ve Been an Animal Care Volunteer a Long Time When… | Hugh  buttonLink

You Know You’ve Been an Animal Care Volunteer a Long Time When…

You know you’ve been an animal care volunteer at the Aquarium of the Pacific for a long time when you can alley-oop a herring to a sea lion better than Chris Paul can alley-oop a basketball to Blake Griffin and can pitch a clam to the paw of a sea otter more accurately than Clayton Kershaw can pitch a baseball to the glove of a catcher. Check out the rest of the just-for-fun look at a decade-and-a-half-worth of experiences of a longtime Aquarium volunteer.

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Animal Updates | Birds | Penguins

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

How Do Birds Do That? | Sara  buttonLink

How Do Birds Do That?

Ever wonder why lorikeets sop up their nectar like a mop? Or why penguins replace all of their feathers once a year? This blog post will inform you on some of the amazing adaptations that birds utilize to be so successful in whatever habitat they live in.

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Animal Updates | Birds | Penguins

Tuesday, December 03, 2013

The Story of Heidi and Anderson | Sara  buttonLink

The Story of Heidi and Anderson

Meet Heidi and Anderson, the first chicks born at the June Keyes Penguin Habitat. This is their story, from egg to fully feathered juveniles.

In this blog you get a chance to meet Heidi and Anderson, Floyd and Roxy’s first chicks. They hatched this past June 19th and 25th, and are the first chicks born at the June Keyes Penguin Habitat. I got the chance to help raise them both, and will give you a glimpse into what it was like to watch them grow into the “teens” that they are today!

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