Become a Junior Naturalist
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a scientist?
Join the Club
The Junior Naturalist Club is the Museum's exciting membership offering for children aged 7-12. The club promotes discovery and enjoyment of the natural world, while encouraging curiosity and exploration in its members. The club meets once per month for an 'excursion', during which members will investigate a unique local ecosystem or animal. Excursions will be led and supervised by Museum education staff, and will range in length from 1-3 hours. Please note: These monthly excursions are limited to Junior Naturalist Club members and their parents only. Club members must be between 7 and 12 years old, and a club membership is required for each child in attendance. Membership is $45 for one year.
Junior Naturalist Adventure
Checkout a backpack full of science tools during your next visit and use them to complete activities throughout the Museum. Measure specimens, use binoculars and more, as you experience the Museum like never before. Complete your adventure for a special prize and earn the title of Junior Naturalist. The Junior Naturalist Adventure activity is included in your admission and is designed for ages 7 and up. Inquire at the front desk.
For more information about the Junior Naturalist Club or Junior Naturalist Adventure activity, contact the Museum's Education Programs Manager Nick Stong at firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, April 13th, 11:00AM - 1:30PM
The Junior Naturalist Club will explore the world of seaweeds. The club will welcome Dr. Jeffrey Hughey (Biology Professor at Hartnell College) as members embark on a seaweed excursion. Learn about seaweeds in the Museum's classroom, search for specimens at nearby Lover’s Point Beach, experiment with seaweed pressing, and finish by tasting one of the delicious products of these fascinating algae. Interested in becoming a Junior Naturalist? Join the club for more information and details regarding excursion locations and future meetings. To RSVP and receive details on carpooling and parking, contact the Museum’s Education Programs Manager, Nick Stong or join the club.