Learn about our latest programs and animal updates
Credit: Robin Riggs
David Bader assumed the role of president of the National Marine Educators Association for a year-long term at its annual conference in June.
Black-Necked Stilts hatch for the first time at the Aquarium in the Shorebird Sanctuary exhibit.
The Aquarium has joined with eighteen other aquariums across the country to raise awareness about the problem of plastic pollution in the ocean, rivers, lakes, and streams.
Commemorative bricks originally installed in the Aquarium’s front plaza are being safely stored during construction.
Watch the chick in the nursery on the Aquarium’s live webcam.
Visit the new north Pacific bigeye octopus in the Northern Pacific Gallery’s Jewels exhibit area.
Brook the sea otter will celebrate her twentieth birthday on Thursday, June 8. She is the oldest female sea otter living at a zoo or aquarium.
The Aquarium was honored by The Climate Registry with a Special Recognition Award as one of its founding members and a participant in Southern California Edison’s Cool Planet Project.
See FROGS: Dazzling and Disappearing, plus the new Our Water Future exhibit area and a new archerfish habitat.
The Aquarium, in collaboration with Cortina Productions, has won a 2017 MUSE Award from the American Alliance of Museums for a video telling the story of the Aquarium’s first major expansion, the Pacific Visions wing.
Milo the sea lion passed away unexpectedly on Thursday. Thousands of visitors and staff felt a special bond with Milo, who will be sorely missed.
The Aquarium has completed a new film produced in partnership with its Seafood for the Future program titled Perspectives on Marine Aquaculture in California and the U.S. A screening will be held on May 25 at the Aquarium.
On March 22, the Aquarium’s harbor seal Shelby celebrated her twenty-first birthday. The senior seal received special birthday treats while her visitors sporting party hats sang “Happy Birthday.”
Meet “The Admiral,” a new adult male now on view in the June Keyes Penguin Habitat on the second floor outdoors.
The Aquarium has partnered with the ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena, California, for nearly a decade. In 2016 the two partner institutions were awarded a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to develop projects focusing on climate change and coastal resiliency.