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Our Animal Rescue team is excited to announce that we recently received funding to support necessary upgrades to our seal rehabilitation fa...
The cold-stun turtle season has died down, and 19 turtles are now being cared for by our Animal Rescue team. Fifteen of our turtle patients...
Staff with the National Aquarium Animal Rescue have been busy caring for two juvenile seals in rehabilitation.
The first seal, a harbor ...
Our Animal Rescue and Animal Health teams have been busy performing physical exams on our sea turtle and seal patients that last few weeks...
Today, we’re sharing responses from our Animal Rescue team:
At this time of year, our Animal Rescue staff are busy preparing fo...
Damon Pla is not your average Animal Rescue volunteer—he moonlights as a celebrated artist! With a scope of work ranging from imaginat...
On June 21st, the National Aquarium and the National Marine Life Center jointly released sea turtles from this year’s cold-stun season...
It is a bittersweet, yet exciting time of year for the remaining patients at our rehabilitation center. Our remaining two loggerheads have...
Not only are we caring for 17 endangered Kemp’s ridley sea turtles, but our team has also been busy finalizing renovations to our Seal...
As you saw in last week's update, 11 of our 19 sea turtle patients are stable and ready for release! We're working closely with the Nationa...