Alaska SeaLife Center

In this October 2017 file photo, volunteers at the Alaska SeaLife Center feed beluga calf Tyonek, who was rescued on Sept. 30, 2017, after he was stranded in Trading Bay. (Photo courtesy of Alaska SeaLife Center).

Tyonek being treated around the clock

Tyonek, the stranded baby beluga whale rescued in 2017, is under constant care at SeaWorld San Antonio. “Tyonek, the endangered beluga calf found abandoned in… Continue reading

 

The Alaska SeaLife Center first installed a heat pump energy system in 2011 and has been operating with 98 percent renewable heat since about 2016. (Photo courtesy of the Alaska SeaLife Center)

Seward looks to geothermal energy

The city of Seward is looking to emulate the Alaska SeaLife Center and heat city buildings using seawater from Resurrection Bay. With the approval of… Continue reading

 

A group of Alaska SeaLife Center Volunteers and members of the Wildlife Rescue Team release a male harbor seal into the wild on Bishop’s Beach in Homer, Alaska on Nov. 8, 2018. (Photo courtesy Alaska SeaLife Center)

Rehabilitated seal released in Homer

The Alaska SeaLife Center released a male harbor seal named Hubbard back into the wild from Bishop’s Beach in Homer last Thursday. The seal was… Continue reading

 

Dixon, a male sea otter pup, is pictured in this undated photo provided by the Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward, Alaska. Dixon was found dehydrated, malnourished and barely responsive in Homer in August. (Photo courtesy Alaska SeaLife Center)

Dixon the sea otter continues recovery

Dixon the male sea otter pup is continuing his recovery at the Alaska SeaLife Center two months after he was found in Homer — dehydrated,… Continue reading

Dixon, a male sea otter pup, is pictured in this undated photo provided by the Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward, Alaska. Dixon was found dehydrated, malnourished and barely responsive in Homer in August. (Photo courtesy Alaska SeaLife Center)
In this October 2017 file photo, volunteers at the Alaska SeaLife Center feed beluga calf Tyonek, who was rescued on Sept. 30, 2017, after he was stranded in Trading Bay. The first Cook Inlet beluga under human care, Tyonek now lives at SeaWorld San Antonio in Texas. (Photo courtesy of Alaska SeaLife Center).

One year after rescue, stranded beluga calf continues recovery

By KAT SORENSEN Peninsula Clarion A year after his rescue from a mudflat near Trading Bay, Tyonek the Cook Inlet beluga whale is continuing the… Continue reading

In this October 2017 file photo, volunteers at the Alaska SeaLife Center feed beluga calf Tyonek, who was rescued on Sept. 30, 2017, after he was stranded in Trading Bay. The first Cook Inlet beluga under human care, Tyonek now lives at SeaWorld San Antonio in Texas. (Photo courtesy of Alaska SeaLife Center).

Tyonek the beluga moved to Texas

Tyonek, the six-month old Cook Inlet beluga whale calf rescued from a mudflat in Sept. 2017, was transported from Seward’s Alaska SeaLife Center to his… Continue reading

Stranded beluga calf recovering in Seward

A male beluga calf, estimated between two and four weeks old, became the first member of Cook Inlet’s endangered beluga population under human care after… Continue reading

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