$9.50 - Children (under 2 years old FREE)
$12.50 - Adults
$8.50 - Students (13-17) & Seniors (62+)
Park entrance fee - $6/car

Hours:
Tues - Sun, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed Mondays
Halloween 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

ABOUT

Conservation Initiatives

CuriOdyssey’s Conservation Program focuses on conservation issues that impact San Mateo County and, more broadly, the native California animals that reside at CuriOdyssey. We accomplish this through a variety of projects, including habitat restoration, sustainable practices, research, citizen science projects, and captive breeding.

HABITAT RESTORATION

CuriOdyssey orchestrates projects at Coyote Point Park that keep our environment clean and healthy for native plants and animals-including people! Learn more about what we do and how you can help!

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CONSERVATION RESEARCH AND PROJECTS

CuriOdyssey provides financial support to local researchers and conservationists dedicated to helping local wildlife. Find out more about our partners and the amazing work that they do.

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CURIODYSSEY LIRA RESEARCH

NEW science research program at CuriOdyssey! CuriOdyssey has partnered with the Invasive Spartina Project to conduct original science research aimed at marsh restoration in the San Francisco Bay Estuary.

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SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES

Learn how the staff at CuriOdyssey aims to be sustainable in our business practices and encourages guests to be sustainable while visiting as well.

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AZA-CAPTIVE BREEDING AND S.A.F.E.

As an AZA-accredited facility, CuriOdyssey participates in the AZA's SAFE program. Learn more about what CuriOdyssey and other zoos are doing to Save Animals From Extinction.

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CITIZEN SCIENCE

When people work with scientists on local research projects, good things happen! Find out more about CuriOdyssey's citizen science project, FrogWatch, and other citizen science projects you can join!

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COINS FOR CONSERVATION

Shop and support CuriOdyssey’s conservation initiatives.

With every purchase, round your purchase amount up to donate. Your donation is used entirely to support the projects above.

conservation status

Declared threatened under the Federal Endangered Species Act in 1996. Red-legged frogs were once common throughout California, but their numbers have been in steep decline as the marshes they favor have been drained for cropland and housing tracts.

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Red-Legged Frog

conservation status

Listed by the state government as a threatened species.

Tiger salamanders are threatened by wetland destruction and introduction of non-native animals to their habitats (bullfrogs, mosquito fish, etc.).

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Tiger Salamander

conservation status

Burrowing owls are species of concern in California because of habitat loss/degradation and pesticide use. They are protected under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. Considered endangered in Canada and threatened Mexico.

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Burrowing Owl

conservation status

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife consider the Western pond turtle a species of special concern, and California state law protects them. The northern populations have virtually disappeared in some ranges.

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Western Pond Turtle

Thank You!

We would like to thank the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund for the partial funding of our Nature Play Project. This project was awarded through the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund as part of the Nature Play Begins at Your Zoo & Aquarium collaboration with the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA).

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LOCATION

1651 Coyote Point Drive
San Mateo, CA 94401

650-342-7755
info@curiodyssey.org

CuriOdyssey is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Tax ID 94-1262434

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