Child viewing the Mobile Fish Exhibit

Mobile Education

About Mobile Education

Since 2009, the Mobile Education Unit travels to schools and community organizations in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties to provide hands-on learning opportunities. The Mobile Education Unit runs both a Mobile Visitor Center and Mobile Fish Exhibit.  

Mobile Visitor Center

Naturalist Programs

Mobile Visitor Center 

The Mobile Visitor Center has materials for teaching a wide range of nature-related topics, from reptiles to lifecycles and more.

Nature Walk: Experience the Regional Parks with a program hosted by one of our naturalists in the field. Program themes align with NGSS. 

Naturalist in the Classroom: We can teach your class from a variety of nature-related topics including Botany, Reptiles/Amphibians, or Lifecycles.

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Mobile Fish Exhibit

Mobile Fish Exhibit

The Mobile Fish Exhibit is a 1500-gallon aquarium on wheels housing the most diverse collection of California Freshwater Fish.

The Mobile Fish Exhibit provides a fantastic view of the otherwise invisible underwater world, and is a great jumping off point for conversations about aquatic resource preservation & protection.

Subject to availability, the Mobile Fish Exhibit can offer educational experiences at like-minded community-based special events with a minimum of 500 participants. If interested, send us an email.

Contact Us

(510) 544-3176
1231 McKay Avenue
Alameda, CA 94501
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