Tag Archives: Guest Blog

Know your beach-this week from the beach

#1 in the 2017 series of guest blog posts by Seattle Aquarium beach naturalists Bobby Arispe and Jen Strongin. Sunshine, warmth and extremely low tides (some of the lowest of the summer) were a great way to kick off our more »

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Seattle Aquarium nighttime low-tide beach walks

The regular beach naturalist season begins this weekend! As we begin to get excited for the season, guest blogger and beach naturalist Bobby Arispe recaps his winter nighttime low-tide  beach walk.  The Seattle Aquarium’s nighttime low-tide beach walk holds a very special more »

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Digging deep during Sound Conversations with Jeff Renner

Guest post by Jeff Renner Emmy-award-winning producer of science documentaries Jeff Renner recently hosted the first of our 2017 Sound Conversations events, devoted to Rialto the rescued sea otter and the Seattle Aquarium’s partnership with The Seattle Times in telling more »

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Teens, rain and freezing sludge on board the R/V Centennial

Guest blog post by Lyra Dalton Lyra Dalton is an avid beachcomber, marine adventurer and cephalopod enthusiast who has been working at the Seattle Aquarium as a youth engagement mentor and citizen science instructor for the past year, as well as more »

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Join us for Seattle Aquarium nighttime low-tide beach walks

Guest blog by beach naturalist Jen Strongin When the sun sets at 4:30pm in the winter, you are more than likely to find me at home and in my PJs by 7pm. Like many of you, I go into winter more »

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