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Three 5th Grade classes from Arroyo Seco Elementary School in Livermore, CA. visited Crab Cove Visitor Center in the Spring 2010 to participate in the Bay Lab Field Study Program. Each student was given the task of becoming a Citizen Scientist observing the diverse ecosystem of the San Francisco Bay. Students observed four species commonly found in the Bay and drew and recorded their observations. Following the student's visit to Crab Cove Visitor Center, staff from KQED-Quest and the East Bay Regional Park District used the student's recorded observations and drawings to create short media pieces featuring their observations. Here’s a video of their Bay Lab experience.

Bay Mussel Observations




Bay Mussel Observations: Musselara
5th Grade Field Trip to Crab Cove, Alameda, CA

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Atlantic Oyster Drill Observations




Atlantic Oyster Drill Observations
5th Grade Field Trip to Crab Cove, Alameda, CA

 

Shiner Surfperch Observations




Shiner Surfperch Observations
5th Grade Field Trip to Crab Cove, Alameda, CA

 

Sideswimmer (Amphipoda) Observations




Sideswimmer (Amphipoda) Observations
5th Grade Field Trip to Crab Cove, Alameda, CA