We’re continuing the theme of World Wildlife Day into today’s episode of Curious By Nature. Our senior director of collections, Dawn, is showcasing some special extinct and endangered species. Click the thumbnail to check it out.
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In today’s Curious By Nature, Dawn told us about a couple of endangered species, including one that’s made an incredible recovery. We’re taking a closer look at another endangered species that has made a comeback right here in Chicago. Click here to learn all about peregrine falcons and the incredible work that has gone into their conservation.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re taking a closer look at the life and work of some of the women who were important figures in the history of the Chicago Academy of Sciences / Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum. Today, we’re taking a look at Elizabeth Emerson Atwater. Click here to learn more.
Curious about local fossils? Join Curiosity Club facilitators Airen and Marjorie on March 13 to learn all about some fantastic fossils! We’ll explore what has changed and what has remained the same using unique fossils and more from the Museum’s collection. Click here to register your young scientist!
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