- published: 25 Jun 2011
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Take a quick peek inside the Living Coast Discovery Center and discover what some student scientists are up to!
Energy Saving Adventures is a daily after-school program that is designed to inspire youth to take charge of their future by learning how to protect the world around them. Students learn about sustainability, protected species, and what steps can be taken to preserve natural resources. Follow along on their visit to South Bay’s Living Coast Discover Center.
A video and image diary of our trip to Living Coast Discovery Center on San Diego Bay ,Chula Vista, California. The Living Coast Discovery Center is a natural wildlife reserve on San Diego Bay. A nonprofit zoo and aquarium is uniquely situated on the Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Refuge, offering visitors an ideal setting in which to explore the amazing animals and plants that call our coastal area here in Southern California home. website: http://www.thelivingcoast.org/
The Coastal Crew’s been keeping busy in the woods of the Sunshine Coast creating the world’s first year-round mountain bike facility in the small coastal town of Sechelt. Funded entirely by the support of the mountain bike community this project is a true testament to how rad our sport really is. Leave the skis in the closet this winter and come ride with The Coastal Crew – this place is open year round. Check out Dylan, Curtis & Kyle enjoying some quality time on there Demo 8’s. Trails featured include Devils Elbow, Hand Job, Dynamite Panther, Flight Deck, Hot lap, Red Dragon and a new, yet to be opened Down Spout. Featuring Dylan Dunkerton Kyle Norbraten Curtis Robinson 2FO Shoes Demo Apparel Music: “Nothing Last Forever,” Feki Production: Coastal Crew Social: www.iamspeci...
Have you visited The Living Coast? Formerly the Chula Vista Nature Center, this nonprofit zoo and aquarium is uniquely located on San Diego Bay. From endangered sea turtles to bald eagles to snakes, The Living Coast features animals and plants native to southern California.
The Living Coast Discovery Center Science class is standard in elementary school grades, but when it's taught using hands-on learning, kids absorb and retain more of the information. The Living Coast Discovery Center in South Bay is taking science from standard to exciting and giving kids a lesson they'll never forget. You can find more at www.thelivingcoast.org.
This video is to be continued... For more information please visit http://www.livingcoasts.org.uk This footage was filmed during March 2013 and features Living Coast's macaroni penguins travelling from their usual home of Penguin Beach - which they share with our African penguins - to their breeding area. As you can see from the footage they have left behind the golden sand of Penguin Beach and are more at home amongst the rocks and pebbles of their breeding area. Eggs should hopefully be laid in April with the first chicks appearing in May. Watch this space for more footage. Living Coasts in South Devon is Torquay's coastal zoo and aquarium. It is open every day, all year round, apart from Christmas Day.
I'm out of space; I can't see for the people.
Squashed in a case where we're all created equal.
Somewhere they're laughing, they're planning the sequel...
They come from the stars, then they all went home.