Watch our Aviary Cam carefully—you never know who'll stroll by.
Look for leg bands on our birds, which help us identify them in our Aviary. Each bird has its own history—most came here injured and can't live in the wild.
See the Aquarium in a whole new light with extended summer hours until 8 p.m. on Saturdays from June 30 to September 1. Linger at your favorite exhibits after the crowds have gone, and enjoy wine, live music and sustainable bites.
Our red phalarope has traded its dull, drab winter hues for brighter, richer breeding season colors. Our Aviary volunteers can point it out, plus other shorebirds in spring bloom, including the black-bellied plover, American avocet and red knot.
Want a preview of our Aviary and other exhibits? Now you can get one with Google Maps Street View. With just a few clicks you can go on a virtual Aquarium visit and stroll inside through our exhibit galleries or outside on our decks—all from the comfort of your computer.
The Aquarium works hard to make a difference in the threatened western snowy plover population. As one of the main rehabilitation sites for shorebirds in northern California, we rescue injured adults, injured chicks and abandoned eggs.
Our standards-based curriculum has been developed to provide educators with easy-to-use, Aquarium-centered science activities for the classroom.