The Museum and its partners host many lectures at the Museum.
For as long as humans have been exploring the sea, they have been fascinated by the planet's largest inhabitants, whales. Until recently, we have been limited to studying the small fraction of whales' lives spent at or near the ocean's surface. Join us for this lecture by Dave Cade, doctoral candidate at Hopkins Marine Lab.
Don't miss engaging and educational programs of the CNPS general meetings. All are welcome at these free presentations held at 7:30 p.m. on the second Thursday of every other month at the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History. See the most recent newsletter at montereybay.cnps.org for the program topic. A wide selection of books is available for sale at each meeting.
On Tuesday, March 28th, from 7-8:30 p.m., hear how two men became aquanauts, and find out what it's like to live under the sea. Aquanauts Ed Clifton and Kip Evans will discuss the challenges, biomedical and marine life studies, dangers, and funny moments from undersea life.