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Annual City Nature Challenge surpasses 1,690,000 wildlife observations in its seventh year.
By working together, animal data from living and scientific collections can better inform conservation
Exhibit showcases adaptations bugs have developed over millions of years and across a multitude of environments.
Annual Big Bang gala returns to the Academy on April 28, 2022
Two Thalassodromeus pterosaurs with impressive 14-foot wingspans swoop down to catch Rhacolepis fish in their toothless jaws in this large diorama showing a detailed re-creation of a dramatic Cretaceous seascape located at the present-day Araripe Basin in northeast Brazil. ©AMNH/R. Mickens
New exhibit showcases the incredible diversity of these prehistoric flying reptiles
Citizen scientists from across the country submit over 120,000 iNaturalist observations.
The California Academy of Sciences joins forces with SECORE International and The Nature Conservancy
Learn about ancient flying creatures, explore human diversity, and encounter the first full solar eclipse since
Scientists survey the waters of Rapa Nui and make first-ever dives to "twilight zone" reefs at 200-500 feet deep
Annual fundraiser on April 27 to feature talks by scientific innovators, live DJ set by Hot Chip, and more.
The California Academy of Sciences appoints Nathalie Nagalingum, PhD, as its newest botany curator
Second annual "Challenge" grows to 16 participating cities. Nationwide announcement of results on Earth Day 4/22
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