University of Georgia, Museum of Natural History, located in Athens, Georgia.
Welcome to the Natural History Museum (NMBE) in Berne, Switzerland.
The San Diego Natural History Museum continues to explore the biodiversity and evolutionary history of southern California and Baja California with research, education, exhibits and community involvement.
The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History is the premier source of information on central coastal California’s natural history, the Chumash Indians, plants, animals, and geologic history.
The Science Museum of Minnesota is the most popular museum in the Upper Midwest. It features dinosaurs, Omnitheater, school programs, Mississippi Riverfront parks, hands-on exhibits.
The Sternberg Museum of Natural History is a department of Fort Hays State University and has been a part of the Hays, Kansascommunity since 1914. In March of 1999, the museum reopened its doors in a new facility and continues to fulfill its mission with new exhibits and educational programs. In addition to the exhibits, the museum houses significant scientific research collections. Two generations of Sternbergs collected some of the most spectacular fossils in the world.
Philadelphia, world’s leader in freshwater science research and biodiversity research, museum hosts dinosaurs, fossils,live butterflies, dioramas, offers environmental science education to adults and students, library and archives.
The Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, Seattle, WA, USA.
The Canadian Museum of Nature is your source for authoritative and credible information about the natural world–our natural heritage. Increase your interest in nature while you learn about our exhibitions, programmes, activities, research and collections.
The Essig Museum of Entomology was originally founded as the collection component of the California Insect Survey (CIS) at the University of California, Berkeley. Most of the collection dates to the inception of the CIS in 1940. The museum houses one of the largest and most active research collections of arthropods in the United States, with more than 5 million specimens, primarily from western North America and the northern neotropics.