Press Release

Kelly Mendez (415) 379-5133
kmendez@calacademy.org
Andrew Ng (415) 379-5123
ang@calacademy.org

New Built for Speed Programs to Highlight Fast Fish, Speedy Sailboats,
Healthy Oceans and More from MAY 10-JUNE 30, 2013
at the California Academy of Sciences


Full schedule of programs, events & lectures below

This month! Built for Speed (May 10 - September 29, 2013) – Join in the excitement leading up to the America’s Cup races by visiting Built for Speed at the California Academy of Sciences. This new exhibit will explore the fascinating adaptations of some of the fastest animals in the sea—from the speedy sailfish and streamlined shark to the spineless squid. Get a close-up look at the assembling of an orca skeleton, examine a high-speed sailboat designed by ORACLE TEAM USA (the America’s Cup defending champions), and compare the forms that make these boats and marine animals fast in fluid.

Coming soon: The Last Reef 3D film – Experience a thrilling underwater journey through the world’s reef ecosystems that uses unprecedented macro 3D cinematography to bring the teeming world of coral reefs to life in the Academy’s Forum Theater. Fly across iridescent tropical reefs, brush through a cloud of a million jellyfish and consider what it would mean if one of these wonderlands were to become the last reef, a very real danger being faced today.

 

GENERAL INTEREST PROGRAMS
(May 10-June 30 2013)

New Built for Speed Program
FIN-TASTIC FISH

Daily at 11 am, 12 pm and 1 pm
Fish are the ultimate swimmers, but how do they do it? Explore the fascinating physical adaptations that allow fish to swim and survive. Get up and moving to experience what it would feel like to have fins, and learn how fish use their bodies to move in different ways in diverse habitats. Free with Academy admission. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000. www.calacademy.org.

New Built for Speed Program
WONDERS OF THE CALIFORNIA COAST

Daily at 12 pm
Under the waves and beyond the beaches of California lies one of the world’s richest marine communities. Learn why a rockfish rests motionless on the ocean floor, what sea urchins and leopard sharks find delicious, and how these diverse ocean inhabitants are connected to each other—and to us! Free with Academy admission. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000. www.calacademy.org.

Back by Popular Demand!
FRAGILE PLANET

Shows daily
Proceed to the planetarium entrance upon arrival to get your show passes.
Leave Planet Earth behind as you fly to the farthest reaches of the Universe in this 25-minute show. Zoom through the roof of the Academy’s building, float up through Earth’s atmosphere, and gain an astronaut’s view of your home—the only planet currently known to support life. Then travel to the Moon, Mars, and even beyond the Milky Way to search for habitats that might support extraterrestrial life. Free with Academy admission; seats are limited and show passes are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000. www.calacademy.org.

EARTHQUAKE: EVIDENCE OF A RESTLESS PLANET
Shows daily
Proceed to the planetarium entrance upon arrival to get your show passes.
Journey through our planet's geologic history to witness the processes that shape our landscape in Morrison Planetarium's current show, narrated by Emmy-nominated actor Benjamin Bratt. Begin your journey in 1906 with an all-digital recreation of the 7.9-magnitude earthquake that rocked San Francisco, and then dive into the Earth's interior to see how it happened. You will then embark on a high-speed tour through the past 200 million years, witnessing the formation of the Atlantic Ocean and visiting the cradle of humanity in Africa’s Great Rift Valley, along with sites of historic earthquakes in India, China, and Japan. Along the way, you will discover how seismic events continue to shape our landscape. Free with Academy admission; seats are limited and show passes are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000. www.calacademy.org.

New Live Show!
SPEED IN SPACE

Showing weekends only from May 11-19, weekdays only from May 27-September 2, 2013
Learn about the fastest things in the Universe—human-made or otherwise! From Apollo to asteroids, subatomic particles to light itself, things in space move quicker than we can imagine here on Earth. Come join us and explore the farthest, fastest frontiers in this live 15-minute program hosted by our planetarium presenters in Hohfeld Hall. Visit www.calacademy.org/events for specific dates and times. Free with Academy admission. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000. www.calacademy.org.

PENGUIN FEEDING
Daily at 10:30 am and 3:00 pm
The Academy’s African penguins are always especially animated during meal time. Watch the birds dip and dive in their tank at the end of African Hall as a biologist dons a wet suit and hands out vitamin-stuffed herring and capelin. Each feeding takes 10 minutes, and questions are encouraged. Free with Academy admission. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000. www.calacademy.org.


CORAL REEF DIVE

Daily at 11:30 am and 2:30 pm
Watch as a diver suits up in SCUBA gear and plunges into the world’s deepest living coral reef exhibit. Outfitted with an underwater microphone, the diver will answer all of your reef-related questions. Free with Academy admission. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park.(415) 379-8000. www.calacademy.org.


SSSSNAKE ENCOUNTER
Daily at 3:30 pm

Meet some of the Academy’s live snakes in-person! While viewing these fascinating (and harmless!) animals in the flesh, we will learn about snakes’ unique natural history, their predatory behavior, and their surprising special senses. Free with Academy admission. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000. www.calacademy.org.

THE SCIENCE OF EXPLORATION
Monday-Friday at 2:00 pm
Academy scientists travel to remote corners of the Earth to explore some of the most extreme environments on this planet. Their mission is to shed light on the mysteries of life: how it got here and how we can help ensure it survives. In this interactive program, we take an in-depth look at a few of our intrepid explorers and see the wild adventures they’ve had while on their amazing explorations to discover and protect life on Earth. Free with Academy admission. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000. www.calacademy.org.

POLLINATOR POWER
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1:30 pm

Join us atop the Academy’s living roof to explore the fascinating lives of pollinators including birds, bats and bees. As these animals buzz, swoop and fly through the air, they are helping to keep California one of the most diverse places on earth. Here at the Academy, researchers and gardeners work to maintain a living roof of entirely native plants—come find out how this helps keep habitats healthy! Free with Academy admission. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000. www.calacademy.org.

SCIENCE DISCOVERY
Saturdays and Sundays at 11:30 am

Meet Project Lab scientists as they share and discuss specimens from the Academy’s collections and around the world. Learn about the fascinating research these scientists conduct everyday and what we learn from preserving these important specimens. Curious minds are encouraged! Free with Academy admission. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000.

OUT OF THE LAB

Saturdays and Sundays at 1:30 pm
Curious to get a behind-the-scenes perspective on Academy research and the labs where the work gets done? Scientists will join visitors at the Project Lab to share stories about dissecting and documenting the many specimens collected on their global expeditions. Have a burning science question? Ask a real scientist! Free with Academy admission. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000. www.calacademy.org.

New Schedule!
CHAT WITH AN ACADEMY SCIENTIST (AGES 10+)
Saturdays and Sundays at 2:00 pm

Meet Academy scientists who explore the planet in search of life and a greater understanding of its mysteries. From the tops of mountains to the bottom of the oceans, and in high-tech laboratories here at the Academy, these explorers see the world, discover new life, and help explain Earth’s amazing story. Join them for a glimpse at their fascinating work, and to hear their exciting stories first-hand.
May 4: Curator of Botany Peter Fritsch will discuss worm eating plants and other botanical wonders.
May 5: Biologist Liz Carlen will discuss her work studying the diversity of mammals in the urban environment of San Francisco.
May 11: Artists Judith and Richard Lang will discuss the message behind their artwork featured in the Academy’s new Built for Speed exhibit, made from plastic debris found on local beaches.
May 12: Archive librarian Yolanda Bustos will discuss caring for the Academy’s historical treasures and the digital archive.
May 18: Ichthyologist Moises Bernal will discuss the latest innovations in the world of fish research, and what scientists have learned so far.
May 19: Entomologist Georg Fischer will discuss his adventures studying ants and their surprising similarities to humans.
May 25: Biologist Nicole Chaney will discuss what it’s like to work in the Academy’s rainforest dome, caring for free-flying birds and other aquarium animals behind-the-scenes.
May 26: Curatorial assistant Laura Wilkinson will discuss her study of Avian malaria in Alaskan birds.
June 1: Orca bone expert Lee Post and Academy collection manager Moe Flannery will discuss the fascinating history of the juvenile orca whale skeleton assembled in the new Built for Speed exhibit.
June 2: Microbiologist Dr. Shannon Bennett will share her research and field work chasing viruses transferred from animals to humans, particularly mosquitoes.
June 8: Curatorial assistant Vic Smith will discuss his work studying arthropods and the fascinating specimen imaging performed inside the Academy’s Project Lab.
June 9: The Academy’s Kathi Koontz will discuss her work with the Whale Entanglement Team (W.E.T.) of California.
June 15: Dr. Scott Loarie will discuss his work with iNaturalist, a web-based tool that allows citizen scientists to share and contribute their work in sustaining biodiversity.
June 16: Entomologist Masashi Yoshimura will discuss his work searching for elusive males of various ant species.
June 22: In honor of National Pollinator Week, botanist Tom Daniel will share intriguing tales of how plants use the power of attraction on animals.
June 23:Entomologist Georg Fischer will discuss his adventures with ants and the surprising similarities they share with humans.
June 29:Curator of Geology Peter Roopnarine will discuss how and what we learn about the past, present and future from studying fossils.
June 30:Meet sea slug expert Rebecca Johnson and learn about nudibranchs, the stunningly beautiful, shell-less (but far from defenseless) “jewels of the sea.”

Free with Academy admission. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000. www.calacademy.org.

 


DISCOVERY NATURE WALK

Saturdays and Sundays at 2:30 pm
Join us for a 30-minute nature walk, exploring gardens and groves that surround the Academy. Learn about the importance of native plants and trees and how they support animals in Golden Gate Park, a unique and unusual ecosystem. Free with Academy admission. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000. www.calacademy.org.

SHARKS AND RAYS
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1:30 pm

Learn more about the Reef Lagoon’s shallow reef residents, who share a family tree with prehistoric ancestors from millions of years ago, and watch a feeding on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Free with Academy admission. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000. www.calacademy.org.


SPECIMEN SPOTLIGHT: SPEEDY SPECIES
Saturdays at 2:00 pm
The maneuverability of marine mammals is crucial to how they catch their prey. Discover what makes toothed whales, sea otters and sea lions swiftly swim, twist and turn and learn about what humans have borrowed from their adaptations. Free with Academy admission. Naturalist Center at the California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000. www.calacademy.org.


NATURALIST 101: BIRDING BASICS (AGES 10+)

Saturday, May 11 from 10 am – 12 pm
Colorful, crafty, swift and musical—birds are overhead and in our backyards, playing a major role in our ecosystem. From songbirds to shorebirds, raptors and more! Celebrate International Migratory Bird Day by learning the essentials of how to identify these amazing animals in this fun two-hour workshop. Learn key identification techniques indoors and then trek outside to practice your skills in Golden Gate Park, where more than 200 species of migrant and resident birds have been seen over the years. Binoculars are available to borrow. Meet at the Academy’s Business Reception desk. Tickets are $15 per person, $10 for Academy members (and do not include admission to the Academy). This program is for adults or families with children ages 10+. Register online at wwww.calacademy.org/tickets or by calling (877) 227-1831. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park.


NATURALIST 101: BOTANY BASICS (AGES 10+)

Saturday, June 22 from 10 am – 12 pm
The Bay Area is home to a dizzying array of native plants. How do you even begin to identify them? Get started by examining the common parts of flowering plants and discovering differences among major groups. Then, explore the grounds around the Academy, where more than 70 local species grow. Meet at the Academy’s Business Reception desk. Tickets are $15 per person, $10 for Academy members (and do not include admission to the Academy). This program is for adults or families with children ages 10+. Register online at wwww.calacademy.org/tickets or by calling (877) 227-1831. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park.

New Daily Tour Schedule
BEHIND-THE-SCENES ACADEMY TOUR (AGES 8+)

Available daily at 11:00 am, 2:00 pm and 3:30 pm
Explore the Academy from an insider's perspective and spend an hour behind the scenes learning more about the institution's 159-year history and how its scientists are tackling critical questions about life on Earth.  Visit the research collections and a working laboratory, get closer to the living roof, and see breathtaking geology specimens in the vault. $24.95 per person/$19.95 per person for Academy members; group rates available. Includes express rainforest entry and reserved planetarium seats. Tour price does not include general admission to the Academy. Purchase tickets in advance online at www.calacademy.org/tours, or by calling (415) 379-8000. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park.

New Daily Tour Schedule
BEHIND-THE-SCENES AQUARIUM TOUR (AGES 8+)

Available daily at 10:00 am, 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm
Go behind the scenes to learn about the history of Steinhart Aquarium and how biologists care for the 38,000 animals—butterflies, fish, penguins, even an albino alligator—that live in the building.  Visit the food prep kitchen, see the complex water filtration system, and much more on an hour-long exclusive aquarium tour.  $24.95 per person/$19.95 per person for Academy members; group rates available. Includes express rainforest entry and reserved planetarium seats. Tour price does not include general admission to the Academy. Purchase tickets in advance online at www.calacademy.org/tours, or by calling (415) 379-8000. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park.

 

PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN
(May 10-June 30, 2013)


LITTLE NATURALISTS (AGES 3-5)

Wednesdays at 9:45 am
These rotating programs for 3 to 5-year-olds are presented in the Naturalist Center.
  • Little Learners' Lab (1st Wednesday of the month)
    Become a scientist-in-training and join us for a fun hands-on experiment.
  • Children of the World (2nd Wednesday of the month)
    A special program highlighting children from around the world through folktales, art, music and movement.
  • Wild & Crafty (3rd Wednesday of the month)
    Get creative and learn about animals during this program that pairs children's literature with a take-home craft.
  • Sprouts (4th Wednesday of the month)
    Explore the plants and animals of nature's gardens through hands-on investigation and activities.
  • I'm a Little Naturalist (5th Wednesday of the month)
    Participate in hands-on activities that allow children to learn and practice the skills of a real naturalist.
Visit www.calacademy.org/science/early_explorers_cove for program topics on specific dates. Adult supervision is required. Free with Academy admission ; space is limited and filled on a first-come, first-served basis. You may register at the Naturalist Center after 9:30 am on the day of the program. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000.

 

NATURALIST CRAFT
Sundays from 12:00 - 4:00 pm
Visit the Naturalist Center every Sunday for a fun and educational craft activity.  Spark your curiosity, be creative, and explore natural history specimens and other resources. Free with Academy admission. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000. www.calacademy.org.


SATURDAY SAFARI
Saturdays at 11:00 am
May 4 theme: How to Camouflage in Africa
May 11 theme: Speedy Birds
May 18 theme: Speedy Whales
May 25 theme: Speedy Fish
June 1 theme: Speedy Dolphins
June 8 theme: There's Only One Ocean
June 15 theme: Speedy Ships
June 22 theme: Speedy Sharks
June 29 theme: Sailing to the Galapagos
All ages are invited to Tusher African Hall for an imaginary expedition around the corner or around the world. We will navigate with maps to chart our exploration and use props, specimens, storytelling, and songs to set the scene for our travels. A special children’s book will be read each week. Free with Academy admission. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000. www.calacademy.org.


FAMILY NATURE CRAFTS (AGES 5-11)
Sundays* at 10:00 am, while supplies last
*Please note: Family Nature Crafts will not be offered on June 2
May 5 theme: Festive Paper Flags
May 12 theme: Built for Speed Sailboats
May 19 theme: Healthy Ocean Oysters
May 26 theme: Wiggly Sea Jellies
June 9 theme: Shark Food Chain Mobiles
June 16 theme: Giant Humboldt Squid Models
June 23 theme: Orca Whale Pencil Cups
June 30 theme: Albatross Flyers
Join us in front of the Swamp and get creative with nature-themed craft projects designed for families with children ages 5-11. Space is limited. Free with Academy admission. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000. www.calacademy.org.


TODDLER TREKS (AGES 1-3)

Tuesday, May 7 and Thursday, May 23 at 11:00 am (Theme: Lion Trek)
Tuesday, June 4 and Thursday, June 20 at 11:00 am (Theme: Fish Trek)
**SOLD OUT**
Join us for a caregiver/child participatory program designed especially for children ages 1-3. Each month will feature a different animal—some extinct, some still among us today. Participants will use props and their imaginations to “trek” together to the place each animal calls home. Please note that both programs each month are about the same topic, so participants should register for only one date per month. Tickets are $6 per child, $4 per Academy member child, free to adults with general admission. Note that Academy general admission is free for children 3 and under. Space is limited; to reserve a place today, buy a ticket at www.calacademy.org/tickets/toddler_treks/, or over the phone at (415) 379-8000. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park.


PENGUINS + PAJAMAS SLEEPOVER (AGES 5-17, with adult chaperones)
Friday, May 10, 2013 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 am
Saturday, June 15, 2013 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 am

Why count sheep when you can count geckos, butterflies, sharks, and penguins? Now kids can camp out for a night at the California Academy of Sciences—and see the museum in a whole new light. Sleepovers include after-hours access to Academy exhibits, a special penguin talk, live animal demonstration, planetarium show, story time with cookies and milk, parking, breakfast, and more. Group rates and ticketing information available online at www.calacademy.org/sleepovers. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000.


GIRL SCOUTS: LIVING ECO-WISE PATCH PROGRAM FOR JUNIORS
Saturday, May 25 from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Increase your eco-awareness and discover what makes the Academy the greenest museum in the world in this fun program for Girl Scouts. Explore the Academy on your own after this fun, hands-on program. Must be a registered Junior to participate. One adult chaperone is required for every eight girls. If attending the program individually, children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.$24.95 per person. To register, visit www.calacademy.org/tickets/gs. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000.

 
PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS
(May 10-June 30, 2013)


NIGHTLIFE (AGES 21+)

Thursdays from 6:00 – 10:00 pm
Every Thursday night, music, creatures and cocktails come together for NightLife at the Academy. Explore exhibits and aquarium displays while sipping creative cocktails, and let exotic animals from around the world transport you to the tropics, Tibet, and dozens of other remote destinations. Special planetarium shows will take you even farther afield. Each week features a live band or DJ, and a unique theme. NightLife is for those ages 21 and over; a valid ID is required for entry. Admission is $12 per person, $10 for Academy members. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. (415) 379-8000. www.calacademy.org/nightlife.


NIGHTLIFE VIP TOUR (AGES 21+)
Thursdays at 6:00 pm
For an enhanced NightLife experience, join us on a NightLife VIP Tour. The one-hour behind-the-scenes tour includes a closer look at the unique native species of California’s largest living roof, a private viewing of the Academy's renowned gem and mineral collection, and interaction with Academy researchers. In addition to the tour, guests receive VIP access to the Rainforests of the World exhibit, reserved planetarium show seats, and an open bar in a reserved cocktail area prior to the tour. 6:00-8:00 pm (building closes at 10:00 pm); available every Thursday during NightLife. $59 per person (NightLife admission included); purchase tickets in advance online at www.calacademy.org/nightlife, or by calling (415) 379-8000. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park.


A Benjamin Dean lecture

EXPLORING THE MOON
Featuring Dr. Brian Day, Director of NASA Lunar Science Institute, LADEE Mission Lead
Monday, June 10 at 7:30 pm

A new generation of robotic lunar explorers is revolutionizing our understanding of the Moon. Our previous view of an absolutely arid, static world is being replaced by a remarkably dynamic lunar environment. Along with these discoveries come exciting opportunities for all of us to participate in these scientific missions. Dr. Brian Day will enlighten us with the latest discoveries about the moon and offer you the unique opportunity to explore the moon with NASA. 7:30 pm; Purchase tickets in advance online at www.calacademy.org/lectures, or by calling (877) 227-1831. Seating is limited and tickets are first-come, first-served. Tickets are $12 for adults, $10 for seniors, $8 for Academy members. Morrison Planetarium at the California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park.


A Pritzker lecture

CONSERVATION & MANAGEMENT OF AFRICAN ELEPHANTS
Wednesday, June 12 at 7:00 pm
Featuring Dr. Iain Douglas-Hamilton, Founding Director of Save the Elephants
Dr. Iain Douglas-Hamilton's groundbreaking study of elephant behavior in Tanzania in the 1960's paved the way for elephant research and conservation today. Since Save the Elephants (STE) was founded in 1993, its programs have expanded across the African continent to protect and study elephants in varying ecosystems—from the desert regions of Mali, to the forests of Gabon and Congo, to the savannahs of South Africa. Dr. Douglas-Hamilton applies cutting-edge research to the implementation of lasting conservation solutions. Through the use of GPS collars, STE researchers are able to receive live information on the movement of individual elephants, providing researchers with valuable clues as to elephant motivation. It also helps Douglas-Hamilton understand why elephants leave protected areas, where they go, and why they sometimes raid crop supplies. This information is used to develop wise land-use plans that establish protected corridors for elephants and minimize conflict with surrounding communities. STE is the leader in the pursuit of high-tech conservation solutions, which are combined with grassroots knowledge to secure a future for Africa's elephants and leverages technology to help people understand how they can live together with the wildlife of the land. 7:00 pm; Tickets are $12 for adults, $10 for seniors and free for Academy members. Seating is limited and tickets are first-come, first-served. Purchase tickets in advance online at www.calacademy.org/lectures or by calling (877) 227-1831.


CONSERVATION PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP: An Introduction to Your DSLR
Sunday, June 16 from 1:00 – 4:00 pm

Led by Gary Sharlow, Photographer and Academy Education Manager
In this three-hour classroom workshop, you will learn about the inner workings of your DSLR camera. This class is designed to provide an overview to help better understand your camera, digital darkroom and opportunities to tell impactful conservation stories with your images. You will learn the fundamentals of proper focus, exposure and depth of field and touch on composition and basic techniques. We will cover basic features of the DSLR camera including: lens and filter choices, ISO, white balance, shutter, aperture, program modes, EV, exposure, bracketing, focusing, resolution, histograms and more. We will also explore the use of Adobe Lightroom to manage your digital workflow. Tickets are $50 for adults, $40 for Academy members. Space is limited and filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Reserve a space in advance online at www.calacademy.org/photography, or by calling (877) 227-1831.