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Thanks to all the volunteers who came out on a beautiful Monday to help collect new specimens for our tide pool exhibit! Our tank is now full of active hermit crabs, bright-colored sea stars and a wide array of intertidal plants. The animals in our tide pool tank change every two months so be sure to come by and visit its newest inhabitants.
The Dig Box is back! Our geology exhibit has returned to the Museum for the month of March, and with it comes the opportunity to “play paleontologist” and unearth buried fossils. We have also added a new participation station to the Museum, allowing you to answer the question, “How have you connected with nature?”
Check out our new Collections Close-Up case. Every month we will be displaying rarely seen artifacts from our collections. This month, we have unearthed these two ladies from our Jed Scott collection of geology specimens. Where did they come from? What are they made out of? Stop by the Museum to learn more about these two!