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The Aquarium of the Pacific has partnered with Orange Coast College (OCC) to offer a college-level course for thirty high school and college students during the fall 2022 semester. The course, Ocean Conservation and Community Science, will focus on ocean conservation and the roles that aquariums can play in public education, research, and behavior changes.
Kids can dive into ocean learning through dance and movement, learn about whales and fish, and explore ocean habitats during the Aquarium of the Pacific’s Summer Kids Club.
Experience the cultures of Pacific islands, including Hawaiian, Tahitian, Samoan, Tongan, Chamorro, Marshallese, Māori, and Fijian. This weekend festival will feature cultural displays, artisanal craft demonstrations, live music and dance performances, and an award ceremony.
The nonprofit Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California, honored Dr. David Titley as the recipient of its 2022 Ocean Conservation Award during the Blue Whale Gala on Saturday, June 11. The Ocean Conservation Award is given annually to those who contribute significantly to ocean conservation and environmental education.
Aquarium Celebrates World Ocean Day on June 8 with Free Online Classes and a Live Broadcast on TikTok
The Aquarium of the Pacific is celebrating World Ocean Day, which takes place on June 8, with special offerings you can participate in online and by inviting the public to visit its new exhibition highlighting baby animals.
The festival, presented by Dr. Allen and Charlotte Ginsburg, encourages students in ninth to twelfth grade to explore science and conservation through creative visual storytelling.
Learn how staff members care for little ones at the Aquarium and its role in helping threatened and endangered species, including frogs, fish, sea turtles, and sea otters.
Aquarium Conservation Partnership Honors Members of Congress for Protecting the Ocean and Supporting Aquariums Through The Pandemic
La Jolla, California; November 18, 2021: Today, the Aquarium Conservation Partnership honored Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer, Senator Roy Blunt, and U.S. Representatives Alan Lowenthal, Nydia Velázquez, and Don Young for their support of aquariums, and ocean and freshwater conservation priorities.
Aquarium invites everyone to tune in to this free, live-streaming virtual event
SoCal students in grades 9-12 are invited to submit short films for the chance to win cash prizes and be featured in the Aquarium’s High Tide Student Film Festival