Inspired by Backyard Science: What would you build?
In our fall newsletter, we issued a challenge to our readers that was inspired by our Backyard Science exhibit. In it, we called for participation in a special project that requires creativity, ingenuity, and maybe even a little old-fashioned elbow grease. But we’d like to extend the challenge to our loyal blog readers, too! Our…Read More
SAN MATEO, CALIFORNIA – November 17, 2011 – Everyone has heard of the artists Van Gogh and Monet. But have you heard of Amala? Amala is a Ring-tailed Cacomistle, and she is just one of the animals at CuriOdyssey who has learned to paint masterpieces on canvas. Recently, CuriOdyssey zookeepers began training several animals to paint…Read More
SAN MATEO, CALIFORNIA – November 3, 2011 – Which animals are known for laying shelled eggs, breathing air, and having skin covered in scales or scutes? Reptiles, of course! In celebration of these remarkable animals, CuriOdyssey will be hosting Reptile Day on Friday, November 11, 2011. CuriOdyssey’s Reptile Day provides an opportunity for visitors to get…Read More
Did you know that CuriOdyssey is home to a variety of “threatened” species? If you’ve ever seen Antiguo walking around the exhibit he shares with the Burrowing Owls, or if you’ve ever seen Spork messily chomping his favorite snack (nasturtiums!) during an enrichment session, then you’ve seen just one of the threatened species we care…Read More