The Department of Fish and Game maintains a preserve of fish, wildlife and plant species and natural communities and serves recreational, commercial, scientific and educational institutions. The department also maintains a stock of deer, elk, pronghorn, bighorn sheep, bear and wild pig. It provides opportunities to participate in hunting and freshwater and marine fishing. The Department of Fish and Game offers wildlife viewing options of bald eagles, bats, butterflies, condors, harbor seals, herons, magpies, sandhill cranes, nutcrackers and snakes. It undertakes classroom aquarium education project that organizes training sessions and workshops and maintain the preserve of fisheries and aquatic habitats. The department maintains one of its locations in Eureka, Calif.