L.A. is more wild than you think! Come celebrate the transformation of NHM into an indoor-outdoor Museum!
Join us as we use Los Angeles as a field site for science. Community Science Meetups are opportunities to participate in different projects for a single day, while working alongside participants, from beginners to professionals, with varied nature and science experiences. It is a team environment so all are welcome!
Jim Dines is the Mammalogy Collections Manager at the Natural History Museum. He is interested in the natural history and evolution of terrestrial and marine mammals.
Miguel Ordeñana is a Citizen Science Coordinator and Wildlife Biologist at the Natural History Museum. He is interested in urban mammal ecology and environmental outreach.