Volunteers from all over Newport come together to get muddy as they plant a new eelgrass garden in the Yaquina Bay estuary to aid local fish and invertebrate populations.
Vallorie Hodges, the dive safety officer at the Oregon Coast Aquarium, explains how marine debris presents an entanglement hazard to seals and sea lions living in the Yaquina Bay and how she and other divers work to help them out.
Two youth volunteers from the Oregon Coast Aquarium spend one hour on a Newport area beach to find and catalogue what kinds of marine debris is washing ashore. You won't believe what they found...
What is an remotely operated underwater vehicle (or ROV) and how do these sophisticated robots help scientist discover new things about the world ocean? This short video will help explain how technology is letting us reach places we could never go in person.
The Annihilators, an ROV building club from Wasco County, goes up against some stiff competition at a statewide contest to see whose underwater robot rules supreme. How will their invention, which they call "The Dumptruck," fair in the water?
There's no better way to understand underwater environments than to experience them through SCUBA diving. Tyler Ligon, a volunteer diver at the Oregon Coast Aquarium. shares his passion for exploring the ocean – and diving with sharks!
School kids congregate at the base of the Haystack Rock on Cannon Beach to welcome back the Tufted Puffin, one of several seabirds which use the offshore islands to nest and raise their young.