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We have inspired over 140,000 people in 35 countries

with our education programs. 

 

“We protect what we love

We love what we understand

We understand what we are taught”

 

 

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Ocean First Institute1 day ago
Amazing!
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Ocean Conservation Research - OCR
A Weddell seal vocalizing while sleeping in Antarctica 💭 Weddells have a wide vocal repertoire, typically making such vocalizations underwater in social interactions.

Rare occasion captured by @johnbozinov
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Ocean First Institute1 day ago
Two iconic people who fight for those that do not have a voice. So great and we will tune in. Hope you do too!
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Ocean First Institute6 days ago
Our #WhatIsItWednesday is the leopard seal! It is counter shaded and it's only natural predator is the killer whale. They have a large mouth to body size and sometimes they eat penguins and marine mammals.

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Celebrating Our Blue Planet

Celebrating Our Blue Planet

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Volunteer Spotlight: Sydney Eckert

Volunteer Spotlight: Sydney Eckert

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Creature Feature: Oceanic Whitetip Shark

Creature Feature: Oceanic Whitetip Shark

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Notes From the Field – Florida Expedition 2019

Notes From the Field – Florida Expedition 2019

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Learning about our connection to the ocean is key to creating a brighter tomorrow. Education is the cornerstone to changing our behaviors and protecting our ocean. We are impactful in our virtual expeditions, in-school outreach programs and our online courses with core partner Ocean First Education.

VOLUNTEER WITH US

There are opportunities for interested volunteers! Volunteers can have a meaningful impact on the local community and beyond by contributing to our outreach program. We are actively seeking volunteers to get involved. Contact us today.

SUPPORT OUR RESEARCH

We directly support conservation by conducting research on imperiled wildlife and ecosystems. You can accompany us on our research expeditions and learn how to become a true ocean ambassador.