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Meet your tiny neighbors!
While some women earned the right to vote in 1920, the fight was far from finished.
For many years, we've been adding fuel to the fire.
Live animals and hands-on interactives show you L.A.’s wild side.
“This was my chance to show what I wish was in the history books.”
—Chicana artist Barbara Carrasco
Teacher Training: Fernandeño Tataviam, The Knowledge Keepers of the Land
Student Webinar: Storytelling with Alan Salazar
Bug out with our bug band's first album
The Sonny & Cher Dolls
Transforming South Los Angeles into a Food Forest
Mary Pickford's golden gown is on display in Becoming Los Angeles from May 12
Spring is mating season for alligator lizards. From Baja California to British Columbia, we need your help to study their mating behavior.
Collaborate with NHM scientists to explore the wild side of your city
How has the women's movement grown and changed over your lifetime?
Online programming celebrating L.A. Nature Fest is now available!
From February 1 to March 31, 2021, you are invited to send NHMLAC photographs of the snails and slugs you find throughout Southern California.
Take a walk on nature’s wild side