San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Endangered Species Day Sunset Talk & Walk
Join us at the Living Coast for a special presentation to celebrate Endangered Species Day!
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service will be giving a presentation at the Living Coast about our local endangered species and ways that we can support conservation of flora & fauna in our every day lives. The presentation will be followed by an optional visit to Sea Turtle Lagoon (say hello to an Endagered Pacific Green Sea Turtle!) and an easy sunset trail walk down to San Diego Bay.
Space is limited and RSVPs are required!
*park in the general Living Coast parking lot and wait for the complimentary shuttle that will bring you onto the refuge for this event
When & Where
Living Coast Discovery Center
The Mission of the Living Coast Discovery Center is to:
- Partner in collaborative research and restoration of coastal wetlands and bays
- Provide student-focused education through Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEaM)
- Increase kowledge of coastal environments, climate change adaptation, and human coexistence with the natural resources of San Diego Bay
The Living Coast Discovery Center is a natural treasure on San Diego Bay. Our nonprofit zoo and aquarium is uniquely situated on the Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Refuge, offering visitors an ideal setting in which to explore the amazing animals and plants that call our coastal region home.
With a diverse collection of animal ambassadors and hands-on, interactive exhibits, the Discovery Center inspires curiosity and exploration of the living earth in guests of all ages. Plan a day visit. Attend a day camp. Make a field trip. Volunteer your time. Discover what inspires you.