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breeding

  • The latest on our seahorse conservation work

    Did you know Birch Aquarium shares baby seahorses with other aquariums? By way of our seahorse propagation program, Birch Aquarium has sent baby seahorses to 100 destinations across the country. Sharing…

  • New sculptures on Preuss Tide Pool Plaza

    If you visited Birch Aquarium last October or November, you may have caught a glimpse of sculptor Brian Gibson — Birch Aquarium's first artist-in-residence — in action. You might have noticed…

  • Why are Garibaldi called Garibaldi?

    Why are Garibaldi called Garibaldi? These bright orange fish are named for Italian general Giuseppe Garibaldi, whose followers often wore a scarlet or red shirt. When biologists discovered a brilliant red-orange fish…

  • International Day of Women and Girls in Science

    It’s International Day of Women and Girls in Science! We couldn’t let this day go by without giving our aquarists a huge shoutout for their incredible work day in and day…

  • Whale Watching: Always a Surprise

    By Birch Aquarium Naturalist Kate Jirik Birch Aquarium at Scripps and Flagship Cruises & Events are celebrating 15 years as whale watching tour partners. You would think we’d seen it all, but…

  • A Seadragon Birthday

    Following in the footsteps of our successful Seahorse Propagation Program, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, Birch Aquarium’s husbandry team is developing a propagation program for seadragons.…