Animals

An Acquired Taste

An Acquired Taste

08/30/2016

Can hunting make us more human? An Acquired Taste is a new film by award-winning French documentary producer/director Vanessa Lemaire that tackles this subject. (Support for this report has been [read more]
Ocean Ambassadors

Ocean Ambassadors

04/21/2016

Bay Area middle school students and their teachers can learn about marine science from a state-of-the-art research and working animal hospital. My guest is Sara Weisberg, Ocean Ambassadors educator [read more]
Connecting Children With Nature

Connecting Children With Nature

02/15/2016

Norm Gershenz, the Director of SaveNature.Org Protecting habitat, educating students and inspiring all of us to save and protect the natural world, that’s the mission of SaveNature.Org. Our [read more]
Exploring Biodiversity

Exploring Biodiversity

01/11/2016

Every year scientists keep discovering new species. How is that possible? My guest is Dr. Terry Gosliner, Senior Curator of Invertebrate Zoology at the California Academy of Sciences and one of the [read more]
Creatures of the Deep

Creatures of the Deep

11/11/2015

Monsters? Spaceships? Aliens? No, these are Creatures of the Deep! These strange, odd and fascinating animals live in the waters off our shores, in Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary and beyond. [read more]
Life in a Shell

Life in a Shell

11/04/2015

Learn about the giant clam and how you can help this endangered species. The Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Aquarium of the Air Podcast is produced by EarthNews Journal staff (Jerry Kay, Host and Chris [read more]
Keepers of the Kelp Forest

Keepers of the Kelp Forest

10/22/2015

Find out how sea otters help keep kelp forests healthy. The Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Aquarium of the Air Podcast is produced by EarthNews Journal staff (Jerry Kay, Host and Chris Kay, [read more]
Sounds of the Sea

Sounds of the Sea

05/06/2015

Sounds of the sea: Learn what makes the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Laysan albatross Makana such a special ocean ambassador. The Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Aquarium of the Air Podcast is produced [read more]
Our Unintended Interactions with Wildlife

Our Unintended Interactions with Wildlife

03/30/2015

Wildcare is an organization located in San Rafael, California. They are involved in advocacy and education and have an incredible animal hospital. While a local organization, their impact is being [read more]
Jean-Michel Cousteau: Orcas

Jean-Michel Cousteau: Orcas

03/23/2015

“The ruler of the ocean,” orcas are one of the ocean’s most fascinating inhabitants. Found along California’s coast and within national marine sanctuaries, the largest species [read more]
There Be Whales Here

There Be Whales Here

03/16/2015

Did you know that part of Star Trek IV was filmed at the Monterey Bay Aquarium? The Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Aquarium of the Air Podcast is produced by EarthNews Journal staff (Jerry Kay, Host and [read more]
Elephant Seals: Back from the Brink

Elephant Seals: Back from the Brink

03/02/2015

Hunted nearly to extinction in the 1800’s, California’s elephant seals have made a remarkable comeback and are now protected by the U.S. Marine Mammal Protection Act. One of the largest [read more]
Ocean and Coastal Photo Contest Winners

Ocean and Coastal Photo Contest Winners

01/22/2015

The power of a breaching whale, the luminous mystery of Morro Bay at sunrise, the quiet drama of a surfing memorial and a startling seafloor surprise—all are captured by photographers in the 16th [read more]
Whale Alert App

Whale Alert App

01/09/2015

Slow-moving whales are vulnerable to ship strikes, since feeding and migration areas overlap with shipping lanes. The public and mariners on the West Coast now can use an app to help decrease the [read more]
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