Museum News

Brown Bag Lunch for Adults Begins

Brown Bag LunchCome enjoy your lunch while learning about the Earth!

Human Values and the Ecosystem

This new brown bag lunch course for adults examines the relationship between biological realities of life on Earth and our human impact. It will be taught by Dr. Lynn Lamoreux, a retired Texas A&M scientist, whose background is in ecology and genetics. The Bare Bones Ecology Energy Workbook will be included in the price of the course.

Rio Brazos Audubon Society Meeting

Speaker: Mark Klym
Information Specialist, Wildlife Diversity Program
Texas Parks and Wildlife

Just in time for fall migration in the Brazos Valley, this presentation will focus on the hummingbirds that have been documented in a five county area centering on Brazos County and another small group of hummingbirds that are possible based on documented occurrence nearby or on habitat features that are present. Also, Mr. Klym will discuss season, habitat features and the probability of overwintering for each species.

Rarámuri Exhibit Lecture

6:00 PM Lecture by Diana Molina

Reception following in the gallery.

About Rarámuri 2010

The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History and Humanities Texas proudly present the exhibit, Rarámuri, by the noted Latina writer and photographer Diana Molina.

The exhibit features stunning photographs and cultural artifcats about the Rarámuri (Tarahumara) Indians who are among the most accomplished runners in the world.  

Brazos Valley Shuttle Project Featured in LA Times and Local Media

LA Times Article The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History was quoted in the 15 August 2010 Sunday edition of the Los Angeles Times.  Read the full article here: "With shuttles becoming museum pieces, cities vie to land one".

Brazos Valley Shuttle Project

The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History is involved in a campaign to bring one of the retired shuttle orbiters to the Brazos Valley.

 

Details about the Brazos Valley Shuttle Project.

 

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