Spring is in the air-the birds are chirping, the grass is greening, and the museum is full of workers scurrying to make labels, research insect feeding habits, apply for grants, and build new exhibits. We’ve all been learning a lot about insects, and we’re excited to share it with you on April 6, from 10am-5pm, at our Annual Open House.
While you count down the days until the insect exhibit is ready to explore, you can admire the photographs from local photographer Jim Chagares. He has received recognition from the Audubon Society for his excellent photographs, and we are lucky to have quite a few now on display in the museum lobby. From birds to butterflies, Jim preserves nature with an artistic eye. Stop by and check it out!