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Urchins, anemones and sea stars, oh my! Invertebrate care at the Seattle Aquarium

Invertebrates—animals without backbones—are found in every habitat at the Seattle Aquarium. And, like all animals that make their homes with us, they need expert care to thrive.

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Seattle Aquarium first winner of AZA volunteer engagement award

Seattle Aquarium first winner of AZA volunteer engagement award

The Seattle Aquarium is proud to announce that our Beach Naturalist program is the very first winner of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) Innovation in Volunteer Engagement Award. The award was developed to recognize achievement in volunteer program development; programs were judged by their ability to engage volunteers in the overall mission and operation of the organization. 

What are the impacts of volunteering at the Seattle Aquarium?

What are the impacts of volunteering at the Seattle Aquarium?

As part of National Volunteer Appreciation Week, April 6–12, we’re sharing thoughts from some of the volunteers who participated in a recent internal survey about their volunteer experience. 

Celebrating Seattle Aquarium volunteers during National Volunteer Appreciation Week

Celebrating Seattle Aquarium volunteers during National Volunteer Appreciation Week

Every year, literally hundreds of dedicated, passionate people give their time to the Seattle Aquarium—prepping food for our animals, answering questions from our many visitors, and furthering our mission of Inspiring Conservation of Our Marine Environment. In 2013 alone, 1,380 volunteers donated 96,800 hours to our institution!

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