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Though its name may suggest otherwise, Seaweed is actually an essential and desirable part of our oceans.
Also called kelp, these sea plant...
This editorial, written by our Chief Conservation Officer Eric Schwaab and Chief Scientist at Oceana, Micheal Hirshfield, was published in t...
The moon might seem like a mysterious, distant speck in the night sky, but, truth is, we know more about its backside than we do about four-...
Summer is fast approaching and soon many of us will be making regular trips to our favorite beaches along the Atlantic coast. Once you&rsquo...
Conservation partners from the 49 state affiliates of the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) met in Baltimore last week to hear and learn f...
In advance of his special lecture at the Aquarium on May 7th, we chatted with Ed Lyman about his work as a humpback whale disentanglement ex...
It is the 10th day of our 48 Days of Blue initiative!
We are overwhelmed and excited to share that, in a few short days, we've reached almos...
As the birthplace of our National Anthem, Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine is an important site for our nation’s history....
Happy Arbor Day! Today is a special day set aside to celebrate the importance of trees and to encourage school students, community members ...
Every living thing requires freshwater to survive—and there’s not much of it.
While a staggering 97.5 percent of our planet’s water is salt...