Homeschool Day

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Water’s Wondrous Webs of Life

Explore the interconnected nature of aquatic food chains, food webs, and watersheds through science investigations and craft activities.

10 AM-12:30 PM • Special Programming

• Engage with live animals and scientific models through hands-on marine science investigations facilitated by skilled Seymour Center volunteer instructors and education staff

• Create marine-themed craft activities

• Join a guided tour to learn about blue whales and current marine mammal research at Long Marine Lab. (Tour space is limited. Sign up first-come, first-served upon arrival.)

10 AM-5 PM • Explore More on Your Own

• Hike scenic trails on the coastal science campus to learn about gray whales, marine terraces, and restoration of seaside prairies and seasonal wetlands.

• Enjoy all-day access to the Seymour Center’s aquarium and exhibits showcasing more than 80 different species of animals, invertebrate and shark touch pools, and interactive exhibits

Admission fees apply.

Spotlight!

AÑO NUEVO ISLAND
VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP
Discover the variety of animals that depend on Año Nuevo and see how scientists study them. Designed for grades 2-3. Apply now.

HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!
MAY 9, 2021
Learn about moms who live in the ocean, and create a special, at-home Mother’s Day craft.

LABSIDE CHATS
May 13, 2021, 11 AM
Learn how scientists protect endangered species such as whales and sea turtles with Stephanie Brodie, Ph.D. Submit your questions, then watch the live chat, here.

SCIENCE SUNDAY
May 16, 2021, 1:30 PM
Join us–online! “Getting Under a Sea Otter’s Skin: The Anatomy of Sensitive Touch.” Preregister.

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The Seymour Center is seeking a new Director. Learn about this opportunity, here.

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