Rare Nazca Booby Receives Care at Oregon Coast Aquarium
Newport, Oregon — After receiving care at the Oregon Coast Aquarium (OCAq), a Nazca Booby (Sula granti) caught a flight to International Bird Rescue in Los Angeles, California for continued rehabilitation and eventual release. The bird was initially found hunkered down on the docks of Newport’s historic bayfront, over 3,000 miles away from its native […]READ MORE
The Oregon Coast Aquarium is Going LIVE in 3..2..1..
Newport, Oregon— The Oregon Coast Aquarium is excited to announce the installation of three new live cameras: The Shark Cam, the Seabird Cam, and the Otter Cam. Each of the cameras have their own unique features so that viewers can control the direction and zoom of the camera, listen to the birds in the aviary, […]READ MORE
Juvenile Brown Pelican Found Snared by Fishing Hook and Line
Newport, Oregon—The Oregon Coast Aquarium admitted a juvenile brown pelican Thursday night that was found snared in a fishing hook and line. Civilians transferred the large bird to the Aquarium after finding it severely entangled and in distress at Devil’s Punchbowl State Park. Upon receiving the pelican, Aquarium Bird Staff immediately began triage to assess […]READ MORE
Common Murre Chicks Flood West Coast Wildlife Rehabilitation Centers
Newport, Oregon— The Oregon Coast Aquarium is treating an unusually high number of common murre (Uria aalge) chicks this season. The chicks, which are often mistaken for baby penguins, are being found all along the West Coast abandoned, deceased or in very poor health. Just this week, the Aquarium received 3 chicks in addition to […]READ MORE