Natural History

Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art announces Birding Excursion on December 15

The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury University, hosts a Birding Excursion on Saturday, December 15, 2012. Travel with the Ward Museum to locations throughout the Delmarva Peninsula to witness remarkable bird migrations. Expert bird guides and local specialists will guide you to both popular and little known locations that provide refuge to thousands of […]

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Arizona Sonora Desert Museum announces New iPhone/iPad App

The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum announced the availability of a new technology resource for visitors with iPhones, iPads, and iTouch mobile devices. The MyGeoTrex (MGT) smartphone application functions as a virtual tour guide, allowing visitors to receive multimedia information such as text, photos, sound, and videos about the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum exhibits through their mobile device […]

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Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art presents Great Lakes Decoys and Folk Sculpture exhibition

Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art presents Great Lakes Decoys and Folk Sculpture exhibition

The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art presents Great Lakes Decoys and Folk Sculpture, an exhibition on view through January 20, 2013. Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art The five Great Lakes, in the heartland of North America, have provided natural habitats, easily navigable waterways, and abundant food fresh water since their formation over 10,000 years ago. […]

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Cleveland Museum of Natural History Exhibition Explores World of Whales

The Cleveland Museum of Natural History presents Whales Tohora an interactive and immersive experience featuring the latest in international cetacean research. It will be on display Oct. 20, 2012 through Jan. 27, 2013. Whales Tohorā’s unique blend of science, storytelling and innovative interactivity allows visitors to explore world of whales and learn about the cultural […]

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California State Mining and Mineral Museum in Mariposa reopens after robbery

The California State Mining and Mineral Museum in Mariposa has reopend after a robbery that took place last month. In response to the robbery, it was the goal of State Parks to make repairs to the museum gallery and structure in order to reopen the doors to the public as soon as possible. State Parks […]

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National Museum of Natural History Announces Butterfly Spotter Membership Program

National Museum of Natural History Announces Butterfly Spotter Membership Program

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History is launching the Butterfly Spotter Membership Program, a new $20 membership available to Washington, D.C., metropolitan area residents with an enthusiasm for butterfly-related exhibitions, programs and merchandise throughout the museum. The new program will be valid and available for purchase through March 2013. Members receive unlimited free admission […]

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Natural History Museum of Utah Hosts First Family Sleepover on November 9

Utah families are invited to an event they will not soon forget – to spend the night in a sleeping bag beneath a case of sparkling butterflies or under the watchful eyes of an elk at the Natural History Museum of Utah. Registration is open through Oct. 31, for the Museum’s first Family Sleepover event […]

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