Thoughts from a New(ish) Volunteer

Laurie Cesati and boy looking at a sea star

by Laurie Cesati | Volunteer Time flies when you are having fun!  At this time last year, I had just begun my volunteer adventures with

Volunteer Spotlight: Sophia Snaith

Sophia Snaith being presented with donation

by Heidi Duncanson | Development & Communications Coordinator Here at Seacoast Science Center, we have many teen volunteers: some help with day camp, some clean

Where are all the sea stars?

two boys putting hands in touch tanks

by Kate Leavitt | Director of Mission We get this question a lot. Nearly every day, visitors ask our naturalists why they can’t find sea

Thoughts from a New Volunteer

Fabien Cousteau speaking at event

by Laurie Cesati | Volunteer What I really wanted to be when I grew up was a dolphin trainer (or sea lion trainer or marine

Adventures of an Early Riser

boats in the water

by Ron Watson | Ron Watson Photography | fishwish1969@yahoo.com   I have always been an early riser. The first rays of sun peeking over the horizon fill

Seahorse Courtship

Lined Seahorses (Hippocampus erectus) mate for life and are monogamous. The male typically courts the female for several days before mating. Females produce eggs and

Seacoast Science Center will be CLOSED today: Friday, April 5, 2024. Our utilities are currently down and need to get repaired before we are able to open for visitors. Thank you for your understanding. 

CLOSED today.

Seacoast Science Center is closed today due to inclement weather.