Want to know what an ecological entomologist does? Help us find ants and participate in
scientific research! We want to help you learn about ecology and ants while you help us figure out
how disturbed habitats like mowed lawns, empty parking lots, or planted gardens affect what types of
ants live where.
The goal of this program is to support environmental and taxonomic learning using National Academy of Sciences education standards. Mentors, public or home-school teachers, and parents interested in sponsoring research or education development please enquire. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Georgia Museum of Natural History Gallery will host a new exhibit on Saturday, 28th of January 2012, from 10am to 3pm, entitled "Leopards, Hyenas, and Bears - Oh My!".
Have you ever wanted to get really close to a leopard, grizzly bear, or Cape buffalo? This new exhibit examines predators and prey from around the world, highlighting specimens from the newly acquired Collins collection.
After opening day, the exhibit will be open Monday-Friday (10am - 4pm) and Saturday (12-3pm).
Georgia is home to many different animals. The state's diverse regions allow all kinds of wildlife to flourish. Learn about the animals, regions, and more found in our state in the Georgia Wildlife Web!