Earth Day 2013
Uncover the tools you need to understand our changing world! Experiment with scientific instruments, learn about honeybees, watch falcons fly, and more. Come to CuriOdyssey on Sunday, April 21, 12pm – 5pm to celebrate Earth Day and discover how to participate in scientific discovery.
This Earth Day, learn how to use scientific tools like the compass, microscope, magnifier, and more. Find out about what makes a creature a “good pest” and how to get them in your garden, create your own native flora “seed bundles,” craft eco- journals, meet Animal Ambassadors, learn about falcon abatement from Pacific Coast Falconry, and more! Get a head start on your conservation efforts by helping with a beach cleanup on the shores of the Bay from 10:00am-12pm.
Earth Day activities are free with the cost of admission.
Beach clean-up: 10:00am-12pm. Follow the signs in Coyote Point Park to the beach.
Raptor flight with Pacific Coast Falconry: 12:30pm and 1:30pm
Animal enrichment making : 2-3pm
Observe CuriOdyssey’s Egg Crusher demonstration: 2pm, 3pm, 4pm
Make your own native flower “seed bomb”: all day (while supplies last)
Craft with the Museum of Craft and Design: all day
Make an eco-journal with recycled materials: all day
Experiment with scientific tools at various tool stations: all day
Meet beekeepers from the Beekeepers’ Guild of San Mateo County: all day
Bird Walk: 3pm
Special thanks to our community partners, Walmart.com and PG&E.