Climate Change and Resiliency
The National Aquarium strives to enhance ocean and climate literacy for everyone, drawing from environmental justice principles in our ongoing work around climate change.
Ocean and Human Health
The mission of the National Aquarium is to inspire conservation of the world’s aquatic treasures; we exist to change the way humanity cares for our ocean planet.
Urban Conservation and Diversity
The National Aquarium is committed to protecting, enhancing and restoring natural resources for the benefit of all people and wildlife.
Our Positions on Key Issues
Our mission to inspire conservation of the world’s aquatic treasures cannot be achieved without research, public confidence in scientific fact and solutions-based climate change policies.
The Chesapeake Bay is the largest estuary in the United States and one of the largest in the entire world.
Learn About Our Efforts in the Bay
Animal Rescue Program
National Aquarium Animal Rescue has successfully rescued, treated, and returned over 100 animals to their natural habitats.
A Better Baltimore
Baltimore City is not often thought of as a haven for wildlife. In truth, a surprising number of native animals and plants still call this city home.
Support Animal Rescue
Our Animal Rescue program depends on the generosity of volunteers to operate, but the medical equipment, medications and food needed to care for these animals is expensive.
About Animal Rescue
Explore the unfamiliar as we uncover remarkable ocean habitats, unusual aquatic creatures and extreme exploration techniques through the expertise of our guest speakers.
Learn About the Series
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