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Smithsonian Institute: National Museum of Natural History

In this installment of Sarah’s very own Battle of the Smithsonian, we’ll be talking about the National Museum of Natural History.  Spoiler alert, nothing came to life….not even the taxidermy elephants. 869 more words


Whale Watching at its Finest

“Most whale photos you see
show whales in this beautiful blue water
– it’s almost like space.”
                                                                                                        Brian Skerry

Living on the Esplanade in Redondo Beach the past decade has not only been amazing and beautiful, but it allows you to experience the miracles of marine life. 366 more words


Picture. Nature.

Happy Easter Sunday everyone!

After attending the Easter Sunday Mass, I had a chance to check out the photo exhibit of GoodPlanet Foundation. To be honest, I’m not fond of spending so much time reading the details/descriptions of each picture in an exhibit. 300 more words


Q&A with Photojournalist and Ocean Advocate Brian Skerry!

In advance of his special lecture at the Aquarium on March 18th, we chatted with photographer Brian Skerry about what inspired him to pursue a career in photojournalism and how his work inspires others to protect our oceans! 321 more words


Don't Miss the Rest of Our Spring Lecture Series!

After welcoming Dr. Sylvia Earle to kick-off our 2014 Marjorie Lynn Banks Lecture Series, we’re excited to share the diverse group of speakers that will be rounding out the remainder of our season! 491 more words


Brian Skerry, NatGeo Photographer, at NBWM on December 1

We have been working with colleagues at Whale and Dolphin Conservation and Audubon Society of Rhode Island to raise awareness about the survival issues facing the North Atlantic right whale.   297 more words


Right Whale Odyssey

Brian Skerry has the encounter of a lifetime with a right whale off of the Auckland Islands.