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Aquarium Participates in Statewide Green Museum Initiative

Conservation

October 4, 2011

Aquarium Participates in Statewide Green Museum Initiative

Along with six other Southern California institutions, the Aquarium of the Pacific hosts a roundtable event to discuss how museums address sustainability.

Aquarium Exhibits Impressionist Paintings of Channel Islands

Exhibits

October 4, 2011

Aquarium Exhibits Impressionist Paintings of Channel Islands

Artist Daniel Gallup practices in the tradition of painting en plein air, or painting from life outdoors. This style has a rich history in documenting the natural beauty of coastal areas in California.

Aquarium Celebrates Coastweeks with Special Events and Presentations

Conservation

October 3, 2011

Aquarium Celebrates Coastweeks with Special Events and Presentations

The Aquarium will host a variety of events celebrating California’s coast during Coastweeks, September 17 through October 9.

Photography Exhibit Opening in October Depicts Gulf Oil Spill

Exhibits

October 3, 2011

Photography Exhibit Opening in October Depicts Gulf Oil Spill

Aerial photos capturing the aftermath of the April 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill will be on display at the Aquarium through January 15, 2012.

Aquarium Honors WWF Mexico for Work in the Gulf of California

Accolades from Aquarium

September 30, 2011

Aquarium Honors WWF Mexico for Work in the Gulf of California

World Wildlife Fund Mexico has worked to help the people and unique wildlife of Baja California.

Addressing Ocean Issues

Aquatic Forum

June 20, 2011

Addressing Ocean Issues

The Aquarium of the Pacific has announced that it will be leading a gathering of key stakeholders in making the first attempt in the nation to apply coastal and marine spatial planning (CMSP) on Southern California’s urban ocean in late July.

Aquarium’s Freeze Flash Mob Sends Creative Climate Change Message

The Big Freeze

May 27, 2011

Aquarium’s Freeze Flash Mob Sends Creative Climate Change Message

An unusual incident in the Great Hall last Wednesday, May 25, was actually a pre-planned event meant to communicate an urgent message about climate change in a way that would grab attention and surprise Aquarium visitors.

Aquarium of the Pacific Mourns the Loss of Odin the Sea Lion

Animals

May 16, 2011

Aquarium of the Pacific Mourns the Loss of Odin the Sea Lion

The Aquarium of the Pacific is mourning the passing of Odin, one of its most beloved California sea lions. Odin passed away Sunday afternoon moments after a sudden onset of tremors. Prior to this, Odin’s behavior had been normal.

Over 500 Students Visit the Aquarium During Grand Prix Friday Thanks to SAVOR… Scholarship

Education

April 15, 2011

Over 500 Students Visit the Aquarium During Grand Prix Friday Thanks to SAVOR… Scholarship

The Aquarium officially dedicated and renamed its outdoor classroom in recognition of SAVOR…Long Beach’s continued commitment to sustainability and education.

Penguins Stranded in Brazil Arrive at Aquarium of the Pacific

Animals | Penguins

April 11, 2011

Penguins Stranded in Brazil Arrive at Aquarium of the Pacific

On April 7, the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach welcomed five rescued Magellanic penguins, becoming the first penguins in the Aquarium’s collections. Experts believe climate change may be causing Magellanic penguins to travel farther in search of food, stranding them outside their usual range.

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