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April 2014 Programs at N.C. Aquarium at Ft. Fisher

Butterfly Bungalow Grand Opening

NC Aquarium at Ft. Fisher’s Summer Camp Registration Open

The Hunt is on at the Aquarium

A Room with a View for Loggerheads

Visitors to the N.C. Aquarium at Fort Fisher get a clear view of a loggerhead sea turtle in the new and expanded sea turtle exhibit. Photo courtesy of NCAFF

2014 Programs at N.C. Aquarium at Ft. Fisher

2014 Programs at N.C. Aquarium at Ft. Fisher

2014 Programs at N.C. Aquarium at Ft. Fisher

March 2014 Programs at N.C. Aquarium at Ft. Fisher

Albino Alligator Makes a Move

A natural-colored American alligator swims with Luna, an albino alligator, in a shared habitat.

Whale of a Weekend at Aquarium March 1st and 2nd

Aquarium Introduces Toddler Tuesdays

Whale of a Weekend at Aquarium March 1 and 2

Aquarium Introduces Toddler Tuesdays

Volunteers Win at Ft. Fisher Aquarium

 

Volunteer Coordinator Dan Radley (l) congratulates Tim Wright (r) as the N.C. Aquarium at Fort Fisher’s Volunteer of the Year at the annual Volunteer Appreciation and Awards Dinner.

February 2014 Programs at N.C. Aquarium at Ft. Fisher

January 2014 Programs at N.C. Aquarium at Ft. Fisher

FREE DAY AT AQUARIUM

Ask the Aquarium: Question: How do sand dollars reproduce?

Sand dollars undergo several developmental stages before becoming the flat, round,
cookie-shaped animals we recognize. A white sand dollar is the skeleton of a once live sand dollar.

Young Loggerheads Continue Their Journey

Click image for larger view: U.S. Coast Guard crew members prepare to release a tagged loggerhead sea turtle into the Gulf Stream. Two sea turtles from the N.C. Aquarium at Fort Fisher hitched a ride with the Coast Guard on Friday, Nov. 22. (Photos By: N.C. Wildlife Resource Commission)

Trash to Learning Treasure

NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher education staff, (l to r) Renee Weeks, Andy Gould and Casey Radley sort donated candy wrappers. The wrappers were collected by several local classrooms during a post-Halloween recycling competition sponsored by the Aquarium.