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VISIT THE HSU NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM!


ATTENTION! All NHM Programs have been put on hold to practice social distancing and to lessen the spread of the coronavirus.

TEACHERS:

Have your students enjoy learning while interacting with fossils, skulls, feathers,and more! We specialize in hands-on learning and exploration through a variety of materials difficult to find elsewhere.

We can accomodate field trips from groups of all ages from pre-schoolers to seniors. When planning your visit there are two options: 1) formal programs and 2) self-lead

Please go to our Educators link for more detailed information.

CLICK HERE to go to an online class visit request form

DISCOVERY DAYS!

We offer a variety of DISCOVERY DAYS with interactive hands-on activities for the whole family. Each one has a theme including Rocks and Minerals, Anthropology, Zoology, and Astronomy.

Check back with us soon!


MONTHLY SPEAKER SERIES

We strive to offer thought-provoking and informative evening lectures to the community at large with a wide variety of nature based topics from dinosaurs to dinoflagellates. Donations are appreciated.

Past topics have included: Sea Star Wasting Disease, Citizen Science Projects, Lichens and Bryophytes, Humboldt Flying Squirrel, The Art of Wildife Tracking, the Golden Age of Dinosaurs, Marine Mammals, the Real Mars, and more!

Spring Lecture Series:

Fri. Jan. 31st: Phil Johnston "Wildlife Tracking: Learning the Original Science and Why it Matters".

Thurs. Feb. 13th: Joe Tyburczy "Early Results from the Humboldt Ocean Carbon Observatory - ocean acidification, eel grass, and how they interact in Humboldt Bay"

Thurs. Mar. 5th: Marie Antoine: "Lichens and Bryophytes- adventures into the microcosm"

Thurs. Apr. 9th Barbara Clucas "Human-Wildlife Interactions and How we Value Wildlife

Fall Lectures- Dr. John DeMartini "Delving into the Lives of Clams

and Michael Kauffmann "Conifers Country: 2019 Updates from the Field"


webquest imageAttention Teachers: we now have downloadable webquests to use with our virtual exhibits. These are 30 minute computer-based lessons that can be used as a pre and/or post visit assessment of student learning.

See our exhibit link to assist you.

 


 

PAST PROGRAMS....

2018 summer camp

2017 summer programs

Under construction

2016 NATURAL RESOUCES SCIENCE CAMPS

2016 SUMMER CAMP MEMORIES: