For 50 years Clearwater Marine Aquarium has been a leader in marine mammal care and dolphin rehabilitation. CMA continues to be at the forefront of progressive dolphin research and the first response to dolphins requiring emergency, life-saving care. Please read an update on our upcoming extensive review of our dolphin care program.
The resilient, young female rough-toothed dolphin continues to meet all rehabilitation milestones at Clearwater Marine Aquarium’s Fred Howard Park Stranding Center after the animal was found stranded on Longboat Key on Feb 10.
Clearwater Marine Aquarium (CMA) released 10 critically endangered Kemp’s Ridley sea turtles Tuesday, March 7, at Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area at Flagler Beach. Each turtle received a clean bill of health from CMA’s veterinary team prior to release into Atlantic waters.
Clearwater Marine Aquarium announces the launch of a new audio tour for guests to immerse themselves in CMA’s marine life conservation efforts and learn more about the rescued marine animals in their care.
Researchers with Clearwater Marine Aquarium Research Institute spotted the first North Atlantic right whale mom and calf pair of the 2022-2023 season on December 7 off the coast of St. Catherines Sound, GA.