Learn about the amazing migration of the western monarch butterfly, sit in a butterfly chrysalis, dress up like a monarch, and more, all while learning about the animal that is so special to our area.
Join us at the Museum on November 25th and peruse our Museum store merchandise for that perfect holiday gift!
We'll join forces with the Museum's LiMPETS program (Long-term Monitoring Program and Experiential Training for Students), and collect data as community scientists at Asilomar State Beach.
Every day in aquatic ecosystems throughout the planet countless organisms undergo what has been described as the largest single migration of biomass found on earth.
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.
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.
This highest jumping, fastest flying, strongest biting Science Saturday of the year focuses on the Olympians in the animal kingdom.
Explore the sweet-side of science as Science Saturday turns its attention to Bees, Wasps, Honey, and Hives.
Prepare for time-travel during this prehistoric Science Saturday, when we set our sights on the age of the dinosaurs. We will explore fossils, footprints, and more as we learn what made the dinosaurs so successful, and also what led to their extinction.
We're making a splash during this last Science Saturday of the school year, as we dive into the wonderful world of water. What is a watershed? Where can you find a steelhead? Find out while we explore all-things aquatic while completing a craft, activities, and more.