Despite a relatively brief 10 months with us, Eleanora has had a large impact. She arrived a small and somewhat shy octopus that could fit in your hands. Now at nine feet tentacle tip to tentacle tip and growing larger by the day, she is less vulnerable to hungry predators and ready to explore.
She has delighted staff and visitors alike, amazing us with her curiosity, keen intelligence and agility. Over 14,000 visitors have been able to get “up close and personal” with her since her arrival in September 2018.
Read more of our latest blog entry on this exciting chapter for one of our most beloved residents.
Meet at the Museum exhibit portico entrance for a guided Low Tide Walk on the beach with PTMSC naturalists. Explore tide pools and learn about how marine organisms are adapted for the challenges of living in the intertidal zone.
We recommend weather-appropriate clothing and shoes with good traction for moving around on wet slippery rocks.
Please RSVP to Carolyn Woods at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (360) 385-5582 x109
Booths Open at 5:00 p.m.—Movie Free Willy Starts at Dusk
PTMSC will have a booth at this community event.
Booths will provide food, fun and entertainment. There will be raffles, crafts and games for children of all ages. Bring your own lawn chairs and blankets and a picnic or enjoy the variety of foods offered.