Middle School Students

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Do you ever wish we could look back in time? We can, by studying the cosmic microwave background (CMB), which reveals the fiery early universe when it was only 0.003% of its present age. This talk will show how studying the CMB allows us to learn about the origin, composition, and ultimate fate of the universe.
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A total solar eclipse is one of nature‰ЫЄs most magnificent spectacles. On August 21, 2017, for the first time in 38 years, the very narrow path of a total solar eclipse falls across the continental US. Come learn about total solar eclipses and how to view this one!
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Besides Earth, several planetary bodies in our solar systems are recognized as having the potential to host primitive forms of life. This talk will describe why and how NASA plans to search for life on Mars and the icy moons of Jupiter and Saturn.
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Join Marin County Parks and One Tam at the scenic Gary Giacomini and French Ranch Preserves as we try to identify and document every living species we see! Hone your naturalist skills, learn to use the iNaturalist smartphone app, and contribute valuable data about Mt. Tam's biodiversity.
Battery Townsley in the Marin Headlands
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Battery Townsley
Battery Townsley, at Fort Cronkhite, was San Francisco's most extensive--and most secret--World War II military fortification. Come visit and explore this labyrinthine battery.
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Explore the shore of Rodeo Lagoon with docent Jane Haley and enjoy the winter birds.
Dungeness crab
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Pier
Learn about the Marin Headlands more salty residents! Crabbing gear provided. Reservations required, please call (415) 331-1540.
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Learn about the irony of Japanese American soldiers training to defeat Japan as their families were moved to internment camps; an easy, half-mile walk.
Historic image of Fort Baker during the early military years
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Fort Baker Drop in Location
Join Ranger Al Blank on an easy walk through Fort Baker and hear the story of the true first American cowboys!
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Join a ranger as you follow the watershed of Lobos Dunes down to the Pacific, learning Ohlone games and medicinal traditions and enjoying animal stories.