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Raptor Science Resources

Posts by Adele Rios

Raptor Science Resources

We’re welcoming our Spring 2018 event SWOOP – Drones & Raptors (2/9, 2/10-11 & 2/17-19) with this blog about all things raptor.  View our sibling blog post about all things drones here. What makes a bird a raptor (also known as a bird of prey)? This guide from the Bureau of Land Management is a great reference. In…

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Drone Science Resources

We’re welcoming our Spring 2018 event SWOOP – Drones & Raptors (2/9, 2/10-11 & 2/17-19) with this blog about all things drones.  View our sibling blog post about all things raptors here. What is a drone? In simple terms: it’s a flying robot! Today, drones are by definition a pilotless, remote-controlled aircraft. Back in the day, experts would have…

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SWOOP! Drone Racing and Raptors in Flight

This February see raptors soar on command as professional drone racers speed through an indoor course. Experience SWOOP! Drone Racing and Raptors at CuriOdyssey.  Opening Night: February 9,  5 p.m. – 8 p.m. SWOOP! runs on two weekends: February 10 – 11 and February 17 – 19. View a daily schedule, drone video preview and more here.  DRONES racing.…

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Camp CuriOdyssey: A Serious Science Playground

Take a peek into our play with serious science that goes into our curriculum. Explore scenes from camps, classes and workshops past. A child you know can join in today! View all science camp, classes and workshop offerings here. They’ll think. They’re playing. #SciencePwr  Video: CuriOdyssey Science Educator Bryan Tests Sodium Acetate Experiment Video: Sodium Acetate Experiment…

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Meet Solo

Head of great horned owl

  Solo was found starving in a field in the East Bay and missing half of her wing. After being rescued, she was trained by a volunteer at a local rehab center. Solo came to CuriOdyssey in 1995 and has been the resident education bird for the last 22 years. Beloved by thousands of children…

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CuriOdyssey Gala Supports Science Education

Thank you to our wonderful supporters who made the eighth annual CuriOdyssey Gala a spectacular success!  Over 250 guests enjoyed cocktails, dinner and an exciting live auction in the spectacular gardens of the historic Filoli Mansion in Woodside. Gala guests raised funds in support of CuriOdyssey’s wildlife, science education and community outreach programs that touch…

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2017 Gala Moments

Thank you all our wonderful supporters and sponsors who made the 2017 CuriOdyssey Gala a success in funding future science education. This event helps fund CuriOdyssey’s wildlife, science education and community outreach programs for the underserved. Please enjoy as we share moments from the Gala below.                    …

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Top Resources: At-Home Chemistry for Kids

We are welcoming 2017’s National Chemistry Week (10/22-10/28) with a list of at-home chemistry resources for kids! Linked below are creative and useful chemistry-related sites to get you (and your kids) inspired: #1: CuriOdyssey’s At-Home Activities Page. We love to highlight simple ingredient, engaging, thought-provoking experiments for kids. Follow our Facebook page for new experiment videos, too! #2. Exploratorium’s Science…

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New! Fall Family Events

Please join us in welcoming the latest CuriOdyssey additions: First Friday Family Nights: Extended Hours and More Free with admission. When: First Friday of the month, open late until 8 p.m.! Dates include Oct. 6, Nov. 3, Dec. 1, Jan. 5, Feb 2, Mar. 2, May 4, Jun. 1, Jul. 6. What: Swing into the weekend with music,…

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Citizen Science: Monarch Migration

Monarchs have been spotted at CuriOdyssey! Monarchs are known visually for their brilliant orange hue and large size, but did you know those in North America migrate considerably far each year? Approximately 2,000 miles far, how about that! National Geographic Kids has a page dedicated to Monarchs, you can view it here. People have long been…

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