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|2176||Natural History Outreach Programs for Schools & Community Groups|
A brochure describing the Dorr Museum's outreach programs for schools and community groups.
|2175||Shoreline Nature Trail|
Shoreline Nature Trail An informational brochure from the Dorr Museum describing some aspects of the ecology of the Shoreline Nature Trail, such as intertidal life, decay, ferns, and geology.
|2187||The Shoreline Nature Trail|
This brochure from the Dorr Museum of Natural History describes points of interest, natural features, and ecological information about the Shoreline Nature Trail.
|2183||The Natural History Museum at College of the Atlantic|
An informational brochure describing the Dorr Museum of Natural History's summer programs, general visitor information, workshops, study collection, curriculum materials, and relationship with the College of the Atlantic.
|2181||Natural History Museum Traveling Outreach Programs, 1988-1989|
The Natural History Museum 1988-1989 "The Natural History Museum at College of the Atlantic is open to visitors during the academic year by reservation only. The Museum offers many unique learning opportunities through its exhibits. Find out how a small oil spot killed the off-shore Razorbill; Encounter a Black Bear tolerating a swarm of bees to get to the honey; Discover how Atlantic Puffins set up home on the rocky coast of Maine. FIELD TRIPS The Natural History Museum at College of the Atlantic sponsors participatory outreach programs for schools, colleges, museums, and other organizations during the academic year. Our traveling programs include: Whales-on-Wheels When you request our Whales-on-Wheels program, you accept the challenge of fitting together a 20-foot-long jigsaw puzzle: the backbone of a Minke Whale. Whales-on-Wheels requires a room at least 30 feet long with movable desks and chairs. Birds-on-Wings How do owls fly noiselessly? Why do birds migrate? You will explore these and other questions when you schedule our traveling collection of wings, feathers, skulls, mounts, and study skins. Through participatory activities, participants will study bird behavior, adaptations, and predator-prey relationships. The Naugahyde Whale ... is a 10-foot-long foam and fabric replica of a Pilot Whale. Unzip its skin to reveal removable muscles, bones, and organs, and then put it back together. [show more]
|2186||The Origins of Our Permanent Exhibits: A Self-Guided Informational Tour|
This illustrated brochure from the Dorr Museum of Natural History describes the origin, fabrication process, and creators of permanent exhibits in the museum.
|2184||The Natural History Museum (1982 brochure)|
An illustrated informational brochure from 1982 describing the Dorr Museum's summer programs, traveling exhibits, relationships with cooperating institutions, and general visitor information.