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
Active Recovery Efforts and Beach Restrictions Help Endangered Snowy Plovers
Newport, Oregon – On Thursday, May 2, the Oregon Coast Aquarium treated an injured female Western snowy plover found at a plover nesting site in Oregon Dunes Overlook. Researchers with the Oregon Biodiversity Information Center (ORBIC) at Portland State University identified and captured the endangered bird on Thursday while conducting nest surveys in the sand […]READ MORE
Oregon Coast Aquarium and SAGE to Host The Future of Our Oceans with Dr. Sylvia Earle
Newport, Oregon – The Oregon Coast Aquarium and SAGE will co-host The Future of Our Oceans with renowned marine biologist, oceanographer and author, Dr. Sylvia Earle, on Sunday, May 19th at the Portland State University Viking Pavilion. Dr. Sylvia Earle will speak about the state of our ocean, the protection of biodiversity and how we […]READ MORE
Oregon Coast Aquarium Welcomes Julie Woodward as Director of Marketing
Newport, Oregon—The Oregon Coast Aquarium is proud to announce and welcome Julie Woodward as the Director of Marketing. Woodward brings over twenty-five years of PR and marketing experience both on the agency and client side. A long-time resident of Seattle, Washington, Woodward has a strong grasp on markets in the Pacific Northwest. Her brand experience […]READ MORE
Both Olive Ridley Sea Turtles Pass Despite Aquarium Efforts
Newport, Oregon – It is with great sadness that we report of the death of the two olive ridley sea turtles despite strong Aquarium staff efforts toward their recovery. The first sea turtle, named Donatello, stranded on Horsefall Beach in Coos Bay on Wednesday. The female olive ridley suffered from multiple breaks in her shell, blood-loss […]READ MORE
Sea Otter Holding Facility Fully Funded—Thanks to YOU!
Newport, Oregon – On Giving Tuesday, the Oregon Coast Aquarium announced a campaign to build a new sea otter holding facility. The facility would allow the Aquarium to take in an additional rescued sea otter and facilitate new Behind-the-Scenes guest experiences. Thanks to generous donations from Aquarium supporters, the sea otter holding facility has been […]READ MORE
Volunteer at the Oregon Coast Aquarium
Newport, Oregon—Do you or someone you know have a passion for octopuses, sea otters and charismatic tufted puffins? How about an avid interest in the fishes that call Oregon’s waters home? The Oregon Coast Aquarium is hosting a Volunteer Recruiting Day on Thursday, September 6 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Anyone interested in joining […]READ MORE
Aquarium to Welcome Lincoln County Hospitality Workers
Newport, Oregon— The Oregon Coast Aquarium will thank Lincoln County restaurant, lodging and gas station employees with free admission from Monday, June 25 through Friday, June 29. Hospitality employees that wish to take advantage of the offer will be asked to provide proof of employment with a recent pay stub. Those unsure if their place […]READ MORE