Originally published in Points West magazineSummer 2022 A Life in the Wild: Acclaimed Photographer Shares Favorite Shots By Mark Davis Ed. note: for Mangelsen’s own story behind each image, see […]
Draper Natural History Museum
Draper Natural History Museum staff and volunteers work with museum exhibits, programs, labwork, and conduct ecological research in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. They also keep up with and share wildlife and science news and issues related to this world-renowned, natural treasure.
Hello! My name is Grace Shumway, and I’m the intern this summer for the Draper Museum Raptor Experience. I’ll be writing these blog posts as a weekly update of what […]
This blog describes sounds from a few owl species, as well as offering you sound bites to listen to. If I ask you what sound an owl makes, my guess […]
Ahhhhhhh, the pigeon. I feel confident saying that nearly every human on the planet has seen a “pigeon.” These birds are found everywhere across the globe except in the Sahara […]
Bird’s eyes vary greatly in iris colorations, along with if they do or do not have eyelashes.
The Future of Wildlife Resides in the Hands of the Youth That was one of several take home messages that youth participants of the Don’t Fence Me In Science Kids […]