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The Crow’s Nest Visitor’s Center is now open 11:00am to 3:00pm Thursday through Mondays. We plan to extend those hours in the coming months and will have them posted here. During the week of March 6th through the 12th, 2017, the Crow’s Nest will be open and public viewing of the Blue Whale bones will be available from 3-5pm Monday through Friday and 10-4pm on Saturday and Sunday. Please come visit us!
We Need Your Help on Our Beach Survey Crew! Growing out of our very successful Tsunami Debris Survey program, the Noyo Center has initiated a permanent beach survey and clean-up program along 40-miles of the Mendocino coast on the first Saturday of every month. By reporting stranded marine mammals and ridding the coast of trash, this team…
This is a fun and educational public event to be held Saturday, March 18th from 10-4pm at the Old Rec Center Gym at City Hall (Laurel and Franklin Streets). We will have face painting, art projects to make & take home, local school kids singing, poetry collage making, a raffle, cupcake walk, cake auction & more!
Come view our Blue Whale skeleton as well as parts of the rest of our growing specimen collection. Strong rain will cancel.
Learn about Gray Whale ecology and migration patterns.
Join us or just watch as Master Articulators guide our team in building 2 sea lion skeletons for exhibit at the Noyo Center. Equal parts science, engineering and art, this workshop will give us a rare opportunity to get an intimate look at these amazing marine mammals. We will discuss anatomy and physiology, habits and habitats, ecosystems and food chains, and much more!