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SeaWorld Announces New Partnership with ARK

SeaWorld Announces New Partnership with ARK

SeaWorld San Antonio & Aquatica recently announced a new partnership with the Amos Rehabilitation Keep. This partnership will begin with the construction of a new, interactive sea turtle attraction called Turtle Reef at the SeaWorld park in San Antonio to be...
A Wild Wish is Granted

A Wild Wish is Granted

Several children were able to fulfill a life-long wish today when the released a sea turtle into the ocean. Reannah Hollaway from Woodlands, Texas and Lauren Scott from Spring, Texas visited the Amos Rehabilitation Keep (ARK) at The University of Texas...
Community Supports the ARK

Community Supports the ARK

Sea Oats Group, developers of Cinnamon Shore, announced yesterday it has donated $10,000 to The University of Texas Marine Science Institute in Port Aransas through its partnership with Texas Monthly for the 2017 Gulf Coast Show Home, which was open to the general...
ARK Comes Back Online Just in the Nick of Time

ARK Comes Back Online Just in the Nick of Time

Imagine being in the water when it’s this cold outside. The recent freezing temperatures are causing many sea turtles in the bays to become stunned by the cold. The Amos Rehabilitation Keep (ARK) at The University of Texas Marine Science Institute...
Volunteers and Donors Help ARK Rebuild

Volunteers and Donors Help ARK Rebuild

Like the rest of the campus at University of Texas Marine Science Institute, Hurricane Harvey inflicted damage to the buildings and animal enclosures at the Amos Rehabilitation Keep (ARK). It’s been almost two months, but staff at the Institute have been...
Anthony Amos, A True Crusader

Anthony Amos, A True Crusader

The University of Texas Marine Science Institute and the Texas’ Gulf Coast lost a true crusader for our coastal beaches and its wildlife. Anthony F. Amos, died Monday, September 4, 2017 at the age of 80 from complications of pancreatic...
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Coastal Bend Bays Foundation Honors UTMSI’s Own

Coastal Bend Bays Foundation Honors UTMSI’s Own

Two members of The University of Texas Marine Science Institute were recognized at the 14th Annual Conservation & Environmental Stewardship Awards Banquet on Thursday, November 3, 2016 in an event hosted by the Coastal Bend Bays Foundation. Director of the Animal Rehabilitation...
Volunteer Appreciation Event

Volunteer Appreciation Event

Volunteer Coordinator, Nicole Pringle, shows off her original art with instructor Marci Voorhees, owner of "The Horses Glass."Last Saturday, The University of Texas Marine Science Institute (UTMSI) and Mission-Aransas Reserve hosted a volunteer appreciation event. The program featured Marci Voorhees, owner...