Mark your calendars and reserve Friday, May 30 for an evening of art, music and science at the Bell Museum of Natural History. Featuring the debut of works by current resident artist, Andy Ducett.
Join prof. Scott Lanyon in a discussion on how from Darwin's finches to the last passenger pigeon, the relationship between humans and birds has been by turns eye-opening, complicated, mysterious, instructive and deadly. [read more]
The 2014 Sustainability Film Series is back, exploring the broad theme of home and shelter through stories of birds, bees, and human beings. Brought to you in partnership with the University of Minnesota's Institute on the Environment/Sustainability Studies Minor and University of Minnesota Housing & Residential Life. [read more]
The Moose at Gunflint Lake has always been a beloved diorama. New additions give visitors the chance to discover how heavy antlers are, guess mystery objects and learn about current research on declining species numbers.
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