Admission: adults $14; seniors 65+/students/youth (13-17) $12; children (5-12) $10; children under 5 free.
To Oct 23 Preventing Extinctions: Architecting the Accretocene by Andrew S. Wright. Island Conservation works to prevent extinctions on islands and to remove invasive species from fragile ecosystems to protect native biodiversity. This exhibit is a celebration of their success. It invites you to imagine their work as a part of a global effort where people contribute to the health of the world’s environment. It features and celebrates the success of five islands. Gwaii Haanas, Canada; Okinoshima, Japan; Kaho’olawe, Hawaii; Palmyra Atoll, Northern Line Islands, South Pacific; Isla Floreana and Seymour Norte, Galápagos. The recovery work requires determination and endurance. The outcomes are profound and spectacular to experience.