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Rachel Says, “What?!”

Those are my babies?! From egg to fledge in no time flat on our Osprey Live Cam. Young Ospreys make their first migration alone, instinctively knowing where to go without instruction from parents; some Florida Ospreys are non-migratory, staying on territory throughout the year. Poole, Pan and Pia, who are fast-growing and will soon test their

Live Chat About Penguins! (Does it get any better than that?)

We can’t think of anything much better than baby penguins, so Thursday July 3rd at 10 AM Pacific/1 PM Eastern, the Aquarium of the Pacific will be leading a Live Chat HERE about Floyd & Roxy’s new penguin chick! Join the discussion and ask your questions of Sara Mandel, Aquarium of the Pacific Aviculturist. (Aviculture is

Next Generation of Terns

On our Puffin Loafing Ledge and Boulder Berm Live Cams, you’ll see more than just Puffins enjoying the mating season and daily tasks of a new family. Did You Know?  Terns are related to gulls, but have pointed wings and forked tails, allowing them to fly very gracefully… Common Terns make their nests on the rocks

The Second Chick Has Hatched!

Early this morning, West Coast time, Rachel and Steve’s second egg hatched!  Our live cam caught the hatching at 6:45am PDT on June 6th. The final egg should hatch in the next 24-72 hours. They seem to be popping out and can’t wait to join the family in the nest! Watch it all on the