Free Educational Series Continues at Clearwater Marine Aquarium
CLEARWATER - Clearwater Marine Aquarium (CMA) will continue its free speaker series Thursday, April 15, with "All About Otters." The presentation will explore how North-American River otters live in the wild. It will also showcase how CMA helps rescue, rehabilitate, and hopefully eventually release them back into the wild. There will be a special focus on orphaned pups-and guests might even get a special visit from Sunny, one of the two orphans CMA recently rescued. Guests will also learn what they can do to help otters. "All About Otters" will include the following:
As part of this free program, CMA will host "Marine Mammal Research" on May 20th. Visit www.SeeWinter.com to see speaker series lectures planned for the entire year.
Clearwater Marine Aquarium is a Florida non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to marine life rescue, rehabilitation and release, and environmental education. CMA is home to dolphins, sea turtles, river otters, stingrays, nurse sharks, and more.
Winter the dolphin's story of survival and inspiration has touched millions of people around the world. A movie about her life story is in the works with Warner Bros.-based Alcon Entertainment. Her documentary, "Winter: The Dolphin that Could," takes viewers on an extraordinary journey through her rescue, fight to stay alive, and extensive rehabilitation. Scholastic published Winter's Tail: How One Little Dolphin Learned to Swim Again in October 2009.
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