Showing posts tagged as "facebook"
Happy #FanFriday! We’re all about offering a welcoming space for kids with different abilities to engage with the ocean. Recently Henry and Catherine, cephalopod super fans with autism, visited with their parents and shared their experience with us.
“Henry is so inspired to grow up and be a cuttlefish scientist,” said mom Christine. “I really don’t have words for how important this visit was for him and how much it could actually influence his life in a truly meaningful, ongoing way.”
Have you had an incredible Aquarium visit? Let us know on our Facebook page!
(Photos: Christine Rogers)
We just launched a Spanish Facebook page! Follow us at https://www.facebook.com/TuMontereyBayAquarium. ¡Gracias!
¡Lanzamos nuestra nueva página de Facebook en español! Síguenos aquí https://www.facebook.com/TuMontereyBayAquarium. ¡Saludos!
In the spirit of the election season, you recently cast more than 800 votes for your favorite Aquarium animal on Facebook. No debate or recount required: the overwhelming winner was…the sea otter!
Just a few days left! Enter to win a once-in-a-lifetime experience that includes an overnight stay in Monterey’s beautiful Spindrift Inn; dinner at the world-famous Sardine Factory; private, behind-the-scenes tour; and Aquarium gift certificate. Contest ends Oct. 10.
What’s your favorite Aquarium animal?
Look appealing? Win an overnight stay at the Spindrift Inn, dinner at the Sardine Factory, and a behind-the-scenes Aquarium experience. “Like” our Facebook page and you’ll be entered to win!
Liven up your cell phone with a cool Aquarium image! Check out our latest wallpapers for your mobile phone, desktop and Facebook page.
Show your support for the Monterey Bay Aquarium by adding one of these Facebook Timeline Cover images to your personal page!
Thanks for your support!
Here’s how: Download the image to your desktop (right-click on a PC, or command-click on a MAC). Mouse-over the lower right corner of your current Facebook cover image. Select “Change Cover.” From the drop-down, select “Upload Photo.” Select the photo from your desktop, and reposition as necessary.