Sea of Cortés Natural History Talk
Enjoy and learn with our natural history talks, visit our Botanical Garden by yourself, see our Fin Whale Skeleton, 20 meters long!
Learn about the Upper Gulf of California's natural processes associated with the formation of its oceans, landscapes, flora and fauna and human interactions through our iconic Natural History Talks.
Around since the 1980s, these Nature Talks have served as an environmental education tool designed to reach all types of audiences and share important information about biodiversity, fisheries, conservation projects, and social impact in the region. Let our bilingual intern guide you through the Upper Gulf of California's timeline and interact with a wide array of species including our wildlife exhibitions, desert fish ponds and our fin whale skeleton and get the chance to experience being inside an ecological building made out of recycled tires and tin cans.