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Today, we’re sharing responses from our Animal Rescue team:
At this time of year, our Animal Rescue staff are busy preparing fo...
This Kemp’s ridley, first admitted back in November of 2013, has had quite a rough time throughout his rehabilitation process.
It has been a long and trying 10 months of intense rehabilitation for this Kemp’s ridley, but yesterday his story came full circle. &...
Blade is a current sea turtle patient that was admitted due to cold-stunning (hypothermia) in late 2013.
We’re happy to report t...
Damon Pla is not your average Animal Rescue volunteer—he moonlights as a celebrated artist! With a scope of work ranging from imaginat...
We’re thrilled to announce that Iceman, one of our rehabilitated Kemp’s Ridley sea turtles, has just cleared our veterinary test...
Staff from the National Aquarium Animal Rescue program were joined by volunteers earlier today for our annual Dolphin Count! This year, ...
Earlier this week, our Animal Rescue team responded to a report of a live-stranded loggerhead sea turtle at Assateague Island National Seash...
On June 21st, the National Aquarium and the National Marine Life Center jointly released sea turtles from this year’s cold-stun season...
Participating in the rehabilitation of endangered sea turtles is one of the most rewarding aspects of my job. As you probably already know, ...