Seaotters.com 2012 Year in Review
On Sea Otters, We Need to See the Big Picture (LATimes op-ed by Dr. James A. Estes)
Toola, the first otter ever to serve as a surrogate mother for stranded pups and arguably the most important animal in the 28-year history of the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Sea Otter Research and Conservation (SORAC) program, dies at the age of 16.
Seaotters.com launches on the 23 year anniversary of the Exxon Valdez oil spill
A Troubling Trend: An Increase in Sea Otter Mortality from White Sharks in California
Study: Washing Oiled Sea Otters
Sea Otter Mortality: Learning to Read Between the Lines
California Coastal Commission Gives Green Light to End the ‘No-Otter’ Zone
California Sea Otters are More Than Endearing Coastal Icons (op-ed by Jean-Michel Cousteau)
Interactive: Sea Otters — Furry on the Outside, Beautiful on the Inside!
Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Center opens in Santa Cruz, CA
Monterey Bay Aquarium’s “Super Mom” Sea Otter, Joy Dies
Exxon Valdez will be dismantled for scrap
The 2012 California Sea Otter Survey is released.
Study: Thanks to Sea Otters, Kelp Forests Absorb Vast Amounts of CO2
Otter Pup Is First in California Born to Previously Oiled Sea Otter
Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Celebrates 20 Years of Ocean Protection
Sea Otter Awareness Week
Seaotters.com releases never before seen footage of an underwater hearing test with a southern sea otter.
Kenai, Shedd Aquarium’s last surviving sea otter from the Exxon Valdez oil spill dies at the age of 23.
Alaska SeaLife Center rescues one very cute sea otter pup
40th Anniversary of the Clean Water Act
40th Anniversary of the Marine Mammal Protection Act
NOAA’s National Marine Sanctuary Program marks 40th anniversary
Hurricane Sandy Floods New York Aquarium
Elkhorn Slough Foundation celebrates 30th Anniversary
California Coastal Commission unanimously votes to deny PG&E’s permission to conduct seismic testing off California coast.
Mae, First Otter to Raise a Pup on Exhibit, Dies
U.S. scraps ‘No-Otter’ Zone in Southern California waters