• A Blue View: How We Saved the Osprey

    If you’ve ever visited the Chesapeake Bay, chances are you’ve seen an osprey—or at least spotted one of their conspicuous nests. But not too long ago, the osprey was a rare sight. Read More

    Published 8/11/2015

  • A Home for Baltimore's Wildlife

    The Aquarium’s Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Waterfront Park is a certified wildlife habitat right here in the heart of Baltimore City and is home to a myriad of native species, including the White-Throated Sparrow, Peregrine Falcon, Monarch Butterfly, Praying Mantis, House Finch, Honeybee and many more! Read More

    Published 8/6/2015

  • A Blue View: A Natural Defense

    Floods, storms, hurricanes and other extreme forms of weather can have dramatic impacts on communities, depleting natural resources, damaging important infrastructure, causing injury and costing money. Read More

    Published 7/28/2015

  • Check Out Our Recycled Community Art Project!

    The National Aquarium is excited to be part of Artscape’s water-themed festival this year! Read More

    Published 7/10/2015

  • Shark Week: The Problem With Bycatch

    This year marks the 40th anniversary of the movie “Jaws”—a thriller that catapulted sharks to the top of the list of frightening aquatic killers—and they’ve been battling a bad reputation ever since.   Read More

    Published 7/8/2015

  • Join Our Dolphin Count!

    Join us for our annual Dolphin Count in Ocean City, Maryland on July 17th! Read More

    Published 6/30/2015

  • A Blue View: The Ocean's Flow

    The First Years Inc. always expected its line of plastic bath toys to end up in water, but it never dreamed they would ride ocean currents 17,000 miles around the world. Read More

    Published 6/23/2015

  • A Blue View: Million Pollinator Challenge

    Did you know? One out of every three bites of food you eat comes from pollinators. Without them, we wouldn’t have foods like blueberries, apples, chocolate and almonds. Read More

    Published 6/17/2015

  • A Q&A with Shark Researcher Chris Fischer

    In advance of his lecture at the Aquarium on July 9th, we chatted with shark researcher Chris Fischer about how he got his start and what he loves most about these apex predators.  Read More

    Published 6/16/2015

  • A Blue View: Grading the Inner Harbor's Health

    On the surface, the recently released 2014 Healthy Harbor Report Card may paint a bleak picture of our local waterways, but a closer analysis reveals a few reasons for hope.  Read More

    Published 6/9/2015

Previous ... 16 17 18 19 20  ...