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Open up the our specimen drawers and peek into nest holes to learn about the unique adaptations of birds in the Ralph W. Schreiber Hall of Birds. Adventure through condor mountain, spot creatures lurking in the shadowy rainforest, and listen to the daily rhythms of the marsh. With over 400 local bird species on display, you’ll have a hard time picking your favorite.
Visit the Birds of the World display.
Open the drawers, there's more to see.
See birds from across the globe in one place.
Learn about the principles of flight.
A California condor posed with wings spread.
Walk through the prairie marshes.
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ALONG THE WAY, YOU'LL:
- Weigh your own skeleton and see why it isn’t as light as a feather.
- View an interesting soup ingredient: a nest made entirely from bird spit.
- Learn how hummingbirds get their shimmer.