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Alaska SeaLife Center

Alaska’s only public aquarium and ocean wildlife rescue center is celebrating ten years on the shores of Resurrection Bay. Visitors to this “window on the sea” have close encounters with puffins, octopus, sea lions and other sealife while peeking over the shoulders of ocean scientists studying Alaska’s rich seas and diverse sealife.

We are a private, non-profit corporation with approximately 105 full-time employees and dedicated staff of volunteers and interns.

Rescued Sea Otter Finds a Home

Sealife Center Otter

A rescued and rehabilitated sea otter has been transferred from the Alaska SeaLife Center to its new permanent home at the Vancouver Aquarium.

Her transfer will allow the pup to receive the ongoing care and companionship she needs.

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March 26, 2013

The Alaska SeaLife Center Welcomes Stranded Sea Otter Pup to I.Sea.U

On Wednesday afternoon, multiple callers to the Alaska Sea Life Center Hotline reported a sea otter pup on the road near Mud Bay at the base of the Homer spit.

The otter was admitted to the I.Sea.U critical care unit this week.

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October 19, 2012

Welcome Kobuk the Harbor Seal

The Alaska SeaLife Center is pleased to announce the birth of a male harbor seal pup on June 27.

The pup was born to two of the Center’s harbor seals, Atuun and Snapper.

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July 25, 2012

Mourning the Death of a Rescued Beluga Calf

The Alaska SeaLife Center is saddened to announce the loss of the rescued beluga calf found stranded following a storm in South Naknek, Alaska on June 18.

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July 9, 2012

Video: Rescued Beluga Whale Calf

The Alaska SeaLife Center rescued a stranded male beluga whale calf from Bristol Bay on Monday, June 18.

The solitary animal, estimated at two to three days old, was found near the Diamond O Cannery in Naknek.

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June 20, 2012