Minnesota museum celebrates birds – BirdWatching


Sushman Reddy, Breckenridge Chair of Ornithology & Curator of Birds, holds a penguin from the Bell Museum ornithology assortment. Photograph by Joe Szurszewski/Bell Museum, College of Minnesota

The College of Minnesota’s Bell Museum opened an exhibition in late January that integrates artwork, science, and nature to ignite curiosity and marvel concerning the magnificence and biology of birds, partaking guests in an exploration of birds, their environments, and their evolution.

Guests to the Seeing Birds exhibit, on view via October 2 in Minneapolis, may have the chance to discover the historical past of ornithology on the Bell Museum and have interaction with previous and current analysis. Guests can even learn the way scientists research fossils and genetics to study birds’ previous, together with the connection between birds and dinosaurs. As well as, the exhibition will showcase choices from the Bell Museum’s wildlife artwork assortment. Guests will journey via the evolution of fowl artwork, from illustration for science to advocation for conservation.

Study extra at bellmuseum.umn.edu/seeing-birds.

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