Category Archives: Conservation

Seattle Aquarium staff lend a helping hand in marine mammal rehabilitation: Part 4

Seattle Aquarium bird and mammal team members Julie Carpenter and Mariko Bushcamp recently traveled to The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, California to assist in the care and rehabilitation of sick and injured marine mammals. The Marine Mammal Center is more »

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Seattle Aquarium staff lend a helping hand in marine mammal rehabilitation: Part 3

Seattle Aquarium bird and mammal team members Julie Carpenter and Mariko Bushcamp recently traveled to The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, California to assist in the care and rehabilitation of sick and injured marine mammals. The Marine Mammal Center is more »

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Seattle Aquarium staff lend a helping hand in marine mammal rehabilitation: Part 2

Seattle Aquarium bird and mammal team members Julie Carpenter and Mariko Bushcamp recently traveled to The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, California to assist in the care and rehabilitation of sick and injured marine mammals. The Marine Mammal Center is more »

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Seattle Aquarium corals lend a helping polyp to deep-sea researchers

#2 in a series of guest blog posts by Seattle Aquarium Marine Science Interpreter Lindsay Holladay: In the week I’ve been aboard E/V Nautilus, we’ve surveyed a shipwreck, collected fragile glass sponges from a rare, deep-sea sponge reef, and discovered more »

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How I wondered my way into the Corps of Ocean Exploration, and you can too!

#1 in a series of guest blog post by Seattle Aquarium Marine Science Interpreter Lindsay Holladay: Last week I was at Seattle Aquarium giving talks about harbor seals, instructing visitors how to gently touch sea stars in the tide pools, more »

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