• Building Climate Change-Resilient Seashores

    Not long after Hurricane Matthew made landfall in Virginia Beach last month, the National Aquarium hosted our annual community restoration event to strengthen coastal sand dunes as a frontline defense in the face of climate change.  Read More

    Published 11/10/2016

  • Field Update: Restoring Coral Reefs

    Our staff member, Jennie Janssen, joined students and researchers in the Riviera Maya to aid in the growth of critically endangered coral reefs! Read More

    Published 11/2/2016

  • Q&A with Jeff Mauritzen

    For the past 11 years, Jeff Maurtizen has photographed some of the world’s most unique and mesmerizing natural places. His work has appeared in numerous National Geographic publications, Lonely Planet guidebooks, The New York Times, BBC Travel and numerous other international publications. Read More

    Published 10/25/2016

  • Protecting Baltimore’s Canyon

    Help us make the country’s first Urban National Marine Sanctuary a reality! Read More

    Published 10/24/2016

  • Hope for Humpbacks, Bad News for Bees

    Nine North American populations of humpback whales have been taken off the endangered species list, while seven species of bees find themselves added to the list. Read More

    Published 10/12/2016

  • Field Update: Delaware Shark Research

    Last month, staff from the National Aquarium joined our research partners at the University of Delaware to survey sand tiger shark populations in the Delaware Bay. Read More

    Published 10/11/2016

  • Q&A with Captain Philip Renaud

    In advance of his lecture on October 18, we chatted with Captain Philip Renaud, executive director of the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation, about what drives his personal commitment to coral reef restoration. Read More

    Published 10/4/2016

  • Happy World River Day!

    Let’s take a moment to focus on the beauty of the Amazon River and the life it holds beneath the surface. Read More

    Published 9/29/2016

  • Conservation Update: Oxygen Changes in the Inner Harbor

    Baltimore’s Inner Harbor has always served as a main point of connection for locals and visitors alike—the water offers delightful views, commerce, recreation, and most importantly, a home for our local aquatic wildlife. Read More

    Published 9/26/2016

  • Read to Reef Book Club is BACK!

    Take a look back at the first season of our reading program with Baltimore’s Enoch Pratt Free Library! Read More

    Published 9/20/2016

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