More than a science and wildlife center, we’re also a home.
Be a Hero for Our Animals
CuriOdyssey is not just a children’s science and wildlife center. It’s also a home for animals like Caro, Solo, Gunner, and Dylan who can’t survive on their own. Once badly injured and neglected, these animals became too familiar with human caregivers during rehabilitation to be safely released into the wild. Now they happily live and play at CuriOdyssey and are a vital part of our mission to provide a premier science education to all children.
Your donation will make a difference in the lives of all of our animals and help us continue teaching the next generation to think like scientists, to respect the natural world, and above all else, to be curious.
All gifts to CuriOdyssey are being matched dollar-for-dollar in December—so by donating today, you are doubling the impact of your gift! That means double the impact for our extraordinary animals and the life-changing programs they make possible. Thank you!
Scroll down to learn how you can be a hero for our animals.
All about Caro
- Found warming himself to stay alive on the side of a road in Texas at five weeks old
- Taken to a rehab center to treat stage four pneumonia
- Found a new home at CuriOdyssey along with Frankie, the male bobcat
- Caro is easy-going, gentle, and loves to chase and pounce on toys
Great Horned Owl
All about Solo
- Found starving in a field in the East Bay missing the bottom half of her left wing
- Came to CuriOdyssey in 1995 and became an Animal Ambassador
- Has met thousands of kids and many families know her by name
- Solo is expressive, headstrong, and enjoys being sprinkled with the hose
All about Gunner
- Found abandoned by his mother in a pond in Washington
- Lived in a family’s home and was raised with dogs for the first three months of his life
- Arrived at CuriOdyssey when he was eight months old
- Gunner is playful and enjoys chewing on his toys
All about Dylan
- Found on the side of a road in Los Angeles with West Nile Virus and a fractured leg
- During his recovery, he needed to be fed from a syringe and slept 23 hours a day
- Came to CuriOdyssey when he was seven months old
- Dylan is calm, sensitive to noise, and loves all kinds of berries, including dried fruit