Three cheers for volunteers!
Every year, more than 120 volunteers spend time on a regular basis at CuriOdyssey educating visitors, assisting campers, facilitating exhibits and activities, caring for our animals, and helping behind the scenes. In honor of National Volunteer Week (April 12-18, 2015), we’re highlighting two of our volunteers who spend time every month helping visitors explore our…Read More
In honor of science, spring and Earth Day, which is really every day, here are some great ways that you as an individual can make a positive impact on the natural world. Sustainability and Biodiversity One of the major challenges we face today is the strain we are putting on our planet’s life sustaining resources,…Read More
We’re so grateful to have a fantastic group of volunteers at CuriOdyssey. From Aviary Aides and Interpretive Guides who share with children their extensive knowledge of animals, to the Camp Leaders-in-Training and Exhibit Facilitators who educate our visitors and campers, we’re so appreciative of everything they do. In honor of National Volunteer Week (April 21-27,…Read More
Why are people in the San Francisco Bay Area watching and recording the otters they see on river banks? And why are folks from Connecticut to Colorado (and everywhere in between) listening for frog calls during breeding season? They’re doing it in the name of citizen science! Across the world, the term “citizen science” has…Read More