History that’s living in the moment
Stunning monarchs. Endless birdlife. Vivid wildflowers. Rockstar geology. Wow-worthy whales.
Pacific Grove’s landmark museum opened in 1883, the same year as did the Brooklyn Bridge, making it one of the country’s oldest of its kind. But its deep diversity of unique Central Coast creatures, pioneering science and interactivity make it as current as ever.
Pacific Grove Monarch Sanctuary Butterfly Count
Dr. Regina Langhout will explore the process of deportation and the effects on the broader community.
Join us on January 19th from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm, for an exploration of the UC Santa Cruz Fort Ord Natural Reserve (UCSC FONR) in Marina, CA to learn about some of their exciting conservation work.
The California King Tides Project helps people visualize future sea level by observing the high tides of today. Come join us at this event open to members and volunteers to see one of the highest tides of the year. We will learn about climate change and how it affects our coastlines featuring two guest speakers, and also explore tide pools with Museum staff.
Join us for January’s Science Saturday, Amazing Migrations, as we investigate the world of long-distance animal travels. Whales, birds, insects, and more will be the focus of our deeper look at these natural phenomena.
The California Art Club and Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History are proud to present “Magnificent Migrations: A Journey Through Central California”, on view from January 18 – April 14, 2019.
Watershed Guardians is for teachers for grades 6-12, and anyone interested in volunteering to help out. In support of students performing water quality monitoring at 5 sites along the Carmel River and to increase awareness of environmental threats to steelhead trout at Garland Regional Park.