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The Port is located on the upper Texas coast at the mouth of beautiful Galveston Bay, just 30 minutes steaming time from the open sea.
The southern sea otters in our Sea Otters exhibit love to play with toys, lounge in ice buckets or just snooze.Now, thanks to explore.org, anyone with an Internet connection can watch Bella as she incubates her eggs and raises her young.(The cam link is embedded below.) One chick has already hatched, and the second could hatch any day now.In 2016, ‘The First Lady’ laid her first egg on February 10th, and laid her second egg on February 14th early in the morning. Glory officially fledged June 19 and Honor followed on June 22, 2017.Meet Bella, an Allen's hummingbird that has been nesting in the branches of the same ficus tree for years.In 2017, a microphone was installed, further enhancing the experience for our viewers.
It was a treat hearing the sounds of the nest tree, especially the vocalizations of the eagles.
She taught the rescued pup how to groom his fur and find food, and very soon, he'll be ready to be released. Learn more of Selka's story on our blog The Monterey Bay Aquarium's Sea Otter Program has been studying the threatened southern sea otter since 1984 with the aim of understanding threats to the population and promoting its recovery.
We rescue, treat and release injured otters; raise and release stranded pups through our surrogate program; seek homes for sea otters that can't return to the wild; and conduct scientific research.
Join us for live-streaming HD video and a Moderated Chat designed to bring you the best that nature has to offer! While we hope that all eaglets hatched in this nest will grow up healthy and successfully fledge each season, things like sibling rivalry, predators, and natural disaster can affect this eagle family and may be difficult to watch.
AEF invites anyone to post photo and video screenshots/screen-recordings captured from these high definition cams. National Arboretum ran a half-mile of fiber optic cable to the cameras’ ground control station, which connects the cameras to the internet.
We feed ours four times a day, often putting the food in toys to stimulate the otters' natural behavior of pounding and working to get food out of shells.