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 […]
Biodiversity at Risk: Virtual collections exploration
What is biodiversity? Biodiversity the variety of life in the world or in a particular habitat or ecosystem. Today, we’ll explore this topic some more with a activity perfect for […]
In honor of Learn About Butterflies Day, we’re revisiting one of our past exhibits —Wings Transformed by Amy Perlmutter. This astounding exhibit featured photographs of monarch and morpho butterflies in […]
Without a Trace
As we mark the year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic, we wanted to bring special attention to our most recent art show, Without a Trace. Featuring a selection of works by photojournalist […]
25 Butterflies and Moths Found in the Judy Istock Butterfly Haven
From longwings to swallowtails, from pansies to owls, there are an incredible number of butterfly and moth species that can be found in our signature exhibit – the Judy Istock Butterfly Haven.