Masks are strongly recommended when visiting the Museum.
Science Never Stops
New Fossil Saber-tooth Predator Described from Museum Collection
Witnessing Condor Conservation from Baja California's Tallest Peaks
Three Ways to See Wildlife After Dark
This Wild Life: Inside a Botanical Expedition to Baja California
Four Great Night Hikes in San Diego
San Diego's Rattlesnakes, and What to Do When They’re on Your Property
Four Favorite Wildflower Walks
It’s a Botanical Bonanza! Six New Species Discovered in One Week
Museum Specimen Confirms: Capybaras Once Roamed San Diego
This Wild Life: California's Favorite Frogs—Where Are They Now?
To interpret the natural world through research, education and exhibits; to promote understanding of the evolution and diversity of southern California and the peninsula of Baja California; and to inspire in all a respect for nature and the environment.