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The Alaska SeaLife Center is a world-class marine science facility that combines a research mission with an animal rescue and rehabilitation program and public education. The center incorporates exhibits that immerse the visitor in the marine ecosystem of Alaska and provide opportunities to view animals in naturalistic habitats and research settings.
Observe the diving seabirds in our avian habitat as we discuss the behaviors and adaptations of these beautiful and intriguing animals.
Get your hands into a "head-footed" animal as we learn more about cephalopods through dissection and discussion!
Discuss the complexity of food chains by exploring some of Alaska's most interesting animals and ecosystems.
Explore plate tectonics through sea floor geology around the Pacific plate, specifically here in Alaska.
Discover how mammals are able to thrive in Alaska's frigid waters by observing our resident spotted seals, ringed seals and Steller sea lions.
Learn how scientists at the Alaska SeaLife Center are studying the effects of our changing climate on Steller's eiders, a species of threatened sea ducks,
Learn how scientists at the Alaska SeaLife Center study a wild population of endangered Steller sea lions hauled out on the Chiswell Islands. Practice the basics of video monitoring yourself!
Take a walk through the Alaskan intertidal zone and meet our tough and mysterious local invertebrates!
Roll up your sleeves and analyze sea lion scat as we learn more about the hands-on way our scientists study these animals' diet!
Meet Alaska's wettest residents! Find out where Alaska's marine animals live, what they eat, and how they move. (Designed for Pre-K, K, or special needs classes).
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301 Railway Avenue
Seward AK 99664
The programs of Alaska SeaLife Center cover:
STEMSocial Studies/HistoryFine ArtsLanguage Arts/EnglishMathematicsSciencesWritingReadingProblem SolvingGifted & TalentedSpecial Needs
What a wonderful opportunity to be part of an actual research project, to meet researchers and learn about the scientific process hands on, all in the comfort of your own school! Keep your sandals on and travel to Alaska without a plane or hours in the car. Bon Voyage! -Sister Debbie Timmis-Tech Coordinator, St. Mary's School, Ballston Spa, NY
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Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration
2075 Lookout Drive
North Mankato, MN 56003
A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
A program of the South Central Service Cooperative, an Education Service Agency with its headquarters in southern Minnesota.