Around this time of year, we begin to think about the things for which we are thankful. At the Aquarium, we appreciate all our staff, especially those that work so hard to care for our animals. Below you can read an interview with one of our Aquarists, Carol Richard, who ...
Tag: career choices
November 21, 2017Gail Lemiec
Today we are bringing you a bonus blog post in order to introduce to you our brand new Educator. We are so excited to have Gail join our Education team at the Aquarium:Hello everyone! My name is Gail and I am the Visitor Experiences Coordinator—a new, full-time Education team member ...
March 24, 2017Casey Radley
We are wrapping up another year on Sea Turtle Exploration and what a great year it has been! We released last year’s hatchlings and welcomed new ones, helped nurse cold-stunned sea turtles back to health, met a three-flippered sea turtle named Calypso and discovered that sea turtles can glow in the ...
May 26, 2016Casey Radley
This week we are interviewing Sarah, a local Biologist that works with sea turtles and terrapins.Q: What is your job title and some duties that you do?A: My name is Sarah and I am the Coastal Wildlife Diversity Biologist with Wildlife Resources Commission. My main duty is to serve as the Sea ...
May 12, 2016Casey Radley
This week we have a special guest blog, an interview with a Sea Turtle Biologist who works at the South Carolina Aquarium in Charleston, South Carolina.Q: What do you do at the SC Aquarium?My name is Willow Bender. I am a Sea Turtle Biologist at the South Carolina Aquarium and ...
March 24, 2016Casey Radley
This week we are interviewing one of our staff, Lindsey, who has the awesome job of taking pictures of our animals at the Aquarium, including sea turtles.What is your job title and description at the N.C. Aquarium at Fort Fisher?I am the Public Relations Assistant. My main duty is running the Aquarium’s ...
March 10, 2016Casey Radley
Hello all Sea Turtle lovers! My name is Aly Mack and I’m an educator at the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher.I’ve always had a love for animals and wanted my career to be about helping them. Therefore, I decided to go to University of North Carolina at Wilmington (UNCW) ...
April 16, 2015Megan
This week we are meeting Aquarist Rich.Rich has been a part of the North Carolina Aquarium family for over 14 years. After graduating with a degree in Marine Sciences from Coastal Carolina University, he started in Education at the NC Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores. He spent two years as ...
April 9, 2015Megan
This week we are interviewing Matt, an Aquarist and jellyfish expert at the NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher. Jellyfish are a sea turtle's favorite food!Q: What do you do at the N.C. Aquarium at Fort Fisher?A: I care for all the jellyfish, our venomous snake collection, lobster/lionfish exhibit, poison dart ...
March 26, 2015Casey Radley
This week we are meeting Justin, a sea turtle researcher who used to work here at the Aquarium.Justin Perrault here from Mote Marine Laboratory. I am currently Mote’s head marine turtle researcher looking at the effects of contaminants and natural toxins on the health and reproductive success of nesting loggerhead ...
February 5, 2015Casey Radley