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Collections Bird Wing Prep Workshop


An Image of four bird wings spread for preservation as museum specimens. Two are from a white and grey bird, the other two are from a brown bird with blue highlights.

Time: April 25 at 5:30 – 8 pm 
Cost: Adult $21, Senior $14, Youth $10
Age: 12+ (Under 14 requires adult supervision)

Take a walk through any Natural History Museum and you’ll likely find yourself marveling at a wide diversity of specimens, from bugs to birds to reptiles and beyond. Ever wondered how museum professionals prep and care for these specimens?

Try your hand at spreading and pinning a bird wing specimen. Learn first-hand from museum professionals about how and why natural collections prep and preserve animals for display and research.

This workshop is open to museum lovers aged 12+, with no previous experience necessary. Each participant will receive a file of a High-res Image of their completed specimen.

Space is limited, register to save your spot.

Spaces for this workshop are now full. Check out our other upcoming workshop: Collections Snakeskin Prep.