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December 21, 2014 - January 19, 2015


Tue, May 6 - Wed, December 31, 2014
T-Rex Returns! External Event Page
Marble Hill, Missouri
Venue: 207 Mayfield Dr. Marble Hill
He's back! Yes the full size T-Rex Model, created by Guy Darrough, museum curator, is back visiting the Bollinger County Museum of Natural History, after his busy season on the road. Be sure you come by and visit while you have a chance . You don't want to miss this exhibit! When they were alive, a full size adult T-Rex was approximately 18 feet tall and 39 feet long and weighed over 13,000 pounds! See him soon before he's gone!
For more information, please call 573-238-1174 or email .
Thu, June 5 - Sun, December 28, 2014
Ice Age Arrives External Event Page
Marble Hill, Missouri
Venue: 207 Mayfield Dr. Marble Hill
The Ice Age has arrived! You must see the great new Ice Age exhibits at the Bollinger County Museum of Natural History. Hurry down as they are only here until April, 2012. The replica skull of Dee, the largest mounted mammoth in North America, is back! Joining Dee is the replica of Dima, a baby wooly mammoth, found in Siberia frozen in the tundra; Dima is one of the few complete mummified baby mammoth specimens ever found. In addition to the mammoths you will see a huge bison skull replica, giant ground sloth skull replica, saber tooth tiger skull replica, and a dire wolf skull replica. Two displays have original fossils in our exhibits of Ice Age Man in North America, North Sea Fossils, Ice Age Plants from Missouri, and The Ice Age and its Megafauna.
For more information, please call 573-238-1174 or email .
Sat, June 14, 2014 - Sun, June 14, 2015
New Exhibit Opens: Forestry: Life Blood of Our Region External Event Page
Marble Hill, Missouri
The Bollinger County Museum of Natural History will open a new exhibit on June 14. Join us for the opening of Forestry: Life Blood of Our Region. Take a look back in history at the tools used in the forestry industry. Wood and wood products were a large part of our region's economy; learn about the impact forestry had on our region. Marty Calvert, MDC forester will present "The History of Forestry in Southeast Missouri: A Look Back" at 2:00 P.M. in the wildlife and forestry room on the second floor of the museum. Children's activities include a tree hunt, forestry activity sheets, and touch me items. Admission: Adults $5 and 17 years and under $2 Museum hours: noon-4:30pm For more information call 573-238-1174 or email
Adults: $5 and 17 years and under $2
For more information, please call 573-238-1174 or email
Tue, November 18, 2014 - Fri, November 18, 2016
Birds of the World Gallery External Event Page
Cambridge, Massachusetts
See the newly reopened Birds of the World gallery at Harvard Museum of Natural History which has over 750 specimens from 200 families on display!Boasting over 10,000 species, birds are the most diverse land vertebrates on the planet, surpassing the biological diversity of mammals, reptiles, and amphibians. Thriving in every corner of the globe, from tropical forests to polar ice caps, birds vary tremendously in habit and size from diminutive bee hummingbirds to towering 10-foot-high elephant birds, flightless giants that roamed the African island country of Madagascar until the 17th century. In celebration of these beaked and feathered marvels, the Harvard Museum of Natural History opened the new Birds of the World gallery. On the balcony encircling Great Mammal Hall, this bright, newly-remodeled gallery captures the staggering diversity of birds with many hundreds of stunning specimens representing over 200 different bird families. New exhibit displays reveal the very latest in surprising scientific discoveries about the evolution of these modern dinosaur descendants.
For more information, please call 617-495-3045.

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