Fresh Sheet – June 15, 2019

PacSci Blog   Here are this week’s pupae, from El Salvador. You may notice a couple of species with synonymous names.Often when there are two genus listed, it means the species has been reclassified either to join another existing genus, or was found to be...

PacSci Podcast: Exhibits Hiding In Plain Sight

PacSci Blog Recent Stories PacSci Podcast: Exhibits Hiding In Plain Sight The Key To The Forest Fresh Sheet – June 8, 2019 Search for: TagsAccessibility Astronomy Axolotl Butterflies Camps Cannabis Citizen Science Climate Change Curiosity Days Dinosaurs...

The Key To The Forest

PacSci Blog The Key To The Forest By Ted Youngs Preview the installation at a special event on June 14 before it’s open to the public, or come visit PacSci to see the installation from June 15 – September 15.They gave us the key to the forest.Not a key to an enclosed...

Fresh Sheet – June 8, 2019

PacSci Blog   One of the best-known insects in the world, Danaus plexippus (The Monarch) is most famous for its amazing Western Hemisphere migration. But did you know that Monarchs have an almost worldwide geographic range?Although native from Canada to Northern South...

Wildfire Season Arrives Early at Pacific Science Center

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wildfire Season Arrives Early at Pacific Science Center The new exhibit and related art installation aim to bring awareness to the increased presence of wildfires and smoke in the Pacific Northwest Seattle, WA (May 30, 2019) – Pacific Science...

PacSci Podcast: Wildfires the Focus of Our Newest Exhibit

PacSci Blog Recent Stories The Key To The Forest Fresh Sheet – June 8, 2019 Wildfire Season Arrives Early at Pacific Science Center Search for: TagsAccessibility Astronomy Axolotl Butterflies Camps Cannabis Citizen Science Climate Change Curiosity Days Dinosaurs...
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