We’re revisiting this extremely popular question in today’s episode of Curious By Nature! Join Airen and a few of our Nature Museum critter pals to learn about a few of the […]
Animal Crossing bugs in real life!
A paper kite butterfly in real life?! Yes! Allen’s showing us some cool Animal Crossing insects that you can actually see in the Museum and out in nature in today’s Curious By Nature! […]
What are birds of prey?
What makes a bird of prey a bird of prey? We’re answering that question in our latest episode of Curious By Nature! Join Elena and our friends from Wings and Talons […]
How does climate change impact animals?
Different animals have different adaptations that help them survive and thrive. Some have to live in very specific habitats, while others have greater freedom with where they call home. That […]
Why You Never See Baby Squirrels
“Why don’t I ever see baby squirrels?” That’s one of the most common questions we get at the Nature Museum, so today’s episode of Curious By Nature is dedicated to squirrels! To help […]
On the Nature Museum grounds and in the Chicagoland region, there are several different habitats that animals, plants, and people use every day. They share a landscape and a soundscape […]
Squirrel Appreciation Day
Happy Squirrel Appreciation Day! Squirrels are a common sight in the Chicagoland area. But how much do you know about them? Check out our special squirrel episode of Curious By […]
How do animals survive in the winter?
Nicole and Becca are taking a closer look at what some of our favorite summertime animals do to in the winter! Do they go south? Do they hibernate? They’re taking […]
Why do birds migrate?
There are so many different kinds of birds that you can spot in Lincoln Park and in Chicago. In this episode of Curious By Nature, Marjorie is learning about a […]
Do snakes have bones?
What types of body parts does a snake have? What do snake skeletons do? Airen’s bringing out some of our snake friends and preserved snake specimens to give us a […]