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Birds

Exhibitions

Hall of Birds

A rare opportunity to get up close with hundreds of species of birds

Mon

15

Jul

Meet a Live Animal

Tours & Shows All Ages
  • 3 pm

Get up close and personal with the Museum's resident animals! Hear amazing stories about critters that are often misunderstood or overlooked.

Tue

16

Jul

Meet a Live Animal

Tours & Shows All Ages
  • 3 pm

Get up close and personal with the Museum's resident animals! Hear amazing stories about critters that are often misunderstood or overlooked.

Wed

17

Jul

Meet a Live Animal

Tours & Shows All Ages
  • 3 pm

Get up close and personal with the Museum's resident animals! Hear amazing stories about critters that are often misunderstood or overlooked.

Thu

18

Jul

Meet a Live Animal

Tours & Shows All Ages
  • 3 pm

Get up close and personal with the Museum's resident animals! Hear amazing stories about critters that are often misunderstood or overlooked.

Fri

19

Jul

Meet a Live Animal

Tours & Shows All Ages
  • 3 pm

Get up close and personal with the Museum's resident animals! Hear amazing stories about critters that are often misunderstood or overlooked.

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Project Phoenix: Investigating Bird Responses to Smoke

This groundbreaking community science project seeks to understand how wildfire smoke is impacting birds.

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DIY Bird Feeder

DIY Bird Feeder: Attract birds to your garden by building your own bird feeder.

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Comedero Para Pájaros

Comedero Para Pájaros: Atraiga pájaros a su jardín construyendo su propio comedero para pájaros.

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Ornithology

Ornithology, the study of birds, is one of the founding disciplines of the Natural History Museum. At the core of the program is a research collection of 121,000 bird specimens, representing over 5,400 species. Our collections are particularly strong for North America, Africa, South America, and the Pacific Ocean.

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