Learn about our latest programs and animal updates
Members of the Aquarium Conservation Partnership will inventory greenhouse gas emissions and develop emission reduction goals and timelines with a long-term goal of achieving climate neutrality.
This spring see our new sea otter pup, discover giant bell jellies, watch our penguins nesting activities, join us on a whale watch, or attend one of our special events and festivals.
Meet some adorable new arrivals and learn about the Aquarium’s breeding programs that promote ocean conservation.
Eleven students were selected to receive scholarship funds and will be invited to participate in Aquarium projects and events through the program, now in its second year
As you plan your next visit to the Aquarium, don’t miss the must-see new animals and upcoming events at the Aquarium this season!
The Aquarium is lending a helping hand to a baby sea otter that was recently rescued off the coast of Pismo Beach, California. Government wildlife officials determined that the orphaned pup could not survive on his own in the wild and deemed him unreleasable. The Aquarium offered to help, and the pup made his way to Southern California.
The Aquarium was a bright spot for visitors and a growing online audience during the difficult year that was 2021. We provided fun, learning, and respite from the stress of the pandemic by offering connections with nature. Undeterred by COVID, we continued to rescue injured marine life, restore populations and habitats, and reduce waste.
Visit the Aquarium with friends or family this holiday season and enjoy festive décor and photo opportunities, unique holiday shopping, and holiday extras on weekends.
Participants in our annual event were invited to share their results for this contest. Here are the winners.
After the oil spill in Orange County in October 2021, four of the Aquarium’s staff members who are trained by the Oiled Wildlife Care Network were called into duty to help search beaches and rescue oiled birds and animals.
Don’t miss these exhibits, animals, and events at the Aquarium this season.
The Aquarium is currently housing mountain yellow-legged frog tadpoles in a behind-the-scenes area as part of a survival plan for the species, which is endangered. They will be raised at the Aquarium with the goal of eventually releasing them back into the wild.
On your next visit at the Aquarium, look for these new animals that were recently added to exhibits.
The Aquarium of the Pacific has been assisting with recent efforts to rescue elegant tern chicks in the Long Beach Harbor.
These free live classes, paired with fun and educational at home activities, will engage your child during their summer at home.