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Windmill, waterfall in park being restored  Volunteers and community leaders broke ground on a project to restore Murphy Windmill, one of the park's original waterfalls Snakes coming to Academy of Sciences Map of Academy of Sciences San Francisco
7 baby bison to join herd at GG Park


year 2011 Top ^

Dec.6  
  Mayor Ed Lee, the SF Zoo and the parks and recreation department are determined to replenish the park's herd and renovate the bison paddock
Sep.17
May.5  
   94118: The 'summer of slither' opens next week - a new exhibition of giant snakes and lizards -- crucial cogs in the eco-system, and to many, just cool



year 2008 Top ^

Sep.27  
  Thousands of visitors attended the much-anticipated reopening of California Academy of Sciences, some waiting in line as early as 5:30 a.m.
Sep.21   New Calif. Academy of Sciences opens
  The Academy reopened to the public after more than 10 years of planning and construction. The new $488 million building substitutes the old facility
 The old building was seriously damaged in the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake


year 2005 Top ^

Nov.18 New Director Named For de Young Museum
  SF City Hall: John E. Buchanan Jr., has served as executive director of the Portland Art Museum for the past 11 years Oct.15 M.H. de Young Museum open to public  $202 million, 293,000 square feet and three stories Memorial Museum has angular, copper-clad exterior May.29   World's Largest, Stinkiest Plant Enthralls
  All weekend long, people flocked to the Conservatory of Flowers hoping to catch a glimpse of 'Ted the Titan'


year 2004 Top ^

Oct.2   Humble beetle killed meat-eating ants
  Army ants were starring in an exhibition titled which opened in April at the science academy Sep.5 Cal. Academy of Sciences holds yard sale  The California Academy of Sciences held a one-of-a-kind yard sale, offering rock-bottom prices May.9   Invasive frogs in pond evade eradication  African clawed frogs eat just about anything and tend to breed like crazy

year 2003 Top ^

Dec.28 Academy of Sciences closing its doors
  The California Academy of Sciences is closing its doors later this week for a major renovation project Nov.18   Oldest captive fish in country turn 65  The moniker Methuselah is a nod to a Biblical character of the same name said to have lived to the age of 969 Sep.28 Academy of Sciences free for SF  The Academy is offering free days for San Francisco residents this month and throughout October Aug.18 Supes OK'd replacing Academy of Sciences  SF City Hall: Committee OK'd most of a plan to replace the Academy with a $370 million building complete with transparent domes Jul.11 $65 million for Academy of Sciences  The state will sell bonds to pay to overhaul the 350,000-square-foot academy property

year 2002 Top ^

Jul.11   Academy of Sciences will be moving  The oldest natural history museum in the West will be moving into a new state-of-the-art facility Mar.24   Flesh-eating beetle as exhibition  Exhibition about skulls at California Academy of Sciences

year 2001 Top ^

Dec.12   Birth of white-tipped shark  3-pound female baby was born at the California Academy of Sciences


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1. 2011-12-06 7 baby bison to join herd at GG Park Golden Gate Park
C. 2011-09-17 Windmill, waterfall in park being restored Golden Gate Park
3. 2011-05-05 Snakes coming to Academy of Sciences Academy of Sciences, Golden Gate Park
4. 2008-09-27 Academy Of Sciences Reopening Golden Gate Park
2008-09-21 New Calif. Academy of Sciences opens Golden Gate Park
G. 2005-10-15 M.H. de Young Museum open to public Golden Gate Park
H. 2005-05-29 World's Largest, Stinkiest Plant Enthralls Golden Gate Park
I. 2004-10-02 Humble beetle killed meat-eating ants Golden Gate Park



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2005
May.29
  All weekend long, people flocked to the Conservatory of Flowers hoping to catch a glimpse of 'Ted the Titan'
2004 Oct.2 Humble beetle killed meat-eating ants
  Army ants were starring in an exhibition titled which opened in April at the science academy May.9 Invasive frogs in pond evade eradication
  African clawed frogs eat just about anything and tend to breed like crazy



Golden Gate Park, Science & Education Natural Science Timeline ... See Bay Area Natural Science timeline, World Natural Science timeline Top ^
2011 Dec.6 7 baby bison to join herd at GG Park
  Mayor Ed Lee, the SF Zoo and the parks and recreation department are determined to replenish the park's herd and renovate the bison paddock
May.5 Snakes coming to Academy of Sciences Map of Academy of Sciences San Francisco
   94118: The 'summer of slither' opens next week - a new exhibition of giant snakes and lizards -- crucial cogs in the eco-system, and to many, just cool
2008 Sep.27 Academy Of Sciences Reopening
  Thousands of visitors attended the much-anticipated reopening of California Academy of Sciences, some waiting in line as early as 5:30 a.m.
Sep.21 New Calif. Academy of Sciences opens
  The Academy reopened to the public after more than 10 years of planning and construction. The new $488 million building substitutes the old facility
 The old building was seriously damaged in the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake
2003 Nov.18 Oldest captive fish in country turn 65  The moniker Methuselah is a nod to a Biblical character of the same name said to have lived to the age of 969 Aug.18 Supes OK'd replacing Academy of Sciences  SF City Hall: Committee OK'd most of a plan to replace the Academy with a $370 million building complete with transparent domes Jul.11 $65 million for Academy of Sciences  The state will sell bonds to pay to overhaul the 350,000-square-foot academy property 2002 Jul.11 Academy of Sciences will be moving  The oldest natural history museum in the West will be moving into a new state-of-the-art facility Mar.24 Flesh-eating beetle as exhibition  Exhibition about skulls at California Academy of Sciences 2001 Dec.12 Birth of white-tipped shark  3-pound female baby was born at the California Academy of Sciences