On June 7, 2022, the Living Collections team and ecologist Dan Thompson released 117 head–started Blanding’s turtles into the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County. This release was a couple […]
Chicago is positioned in one of the main bird migratory routes in North America, called the Mississippi Flyway. Natural areas along this route such as Chicago’s Lakefront, green spaces, and […]
We all love spending time in Lincoln Park and around North Pond, but we often forget that there is a right and a wrong way to interact with the species […]
We’re exploring weather, climate, and more in today’s episode of Curious By Nature! Grab a pencil and a piece of paper and let’s learn how to make observations of changing seasons […]
It’s important to recognize successes in the area of endangered species, and we’ve got an inspiring story of a species right here in Chicago! Through diligent work and coordinated efforts […]
Although the mode of delivery of the Museum’s mission has changed, its essence has remained true. Creating a positive relationship between people and nature has always been the goal and will continue to be the goal.