About This Blog

composite of research and collection employees at work in the field, in the collections and talking to the public

At the Canadian Museum of Nature we look after 14.6 million specimens. We also do research on those fossils, minerals, plants and animals in our collections. And, we tell the world about what we have learned.

This Blog brings you behind the scenes with our Research and Collections team. Whether it be tales from the lab, from out in the field or from meeting the public, we hope you learn something new about nature and are inspired to further explore the natural world.

7 Responses to About This Blog

  1. Mary Marsh says:

    How canI be on a list to get the blogs about the Artic flora regularily?
    mary_marsh@rogers.com

  2. Mary,
    If you are on either Twitter of Facebook you could either “like” or “follow” us. We announce every blog posting.
    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CANADIANMUSEUMOFNATURE
    Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/MuseumofNature
    Hope this helps!

  3. petrel41 says:

    Congratulations, museum bloggers!

    I have nominated you for the Lighthouse Award.

    More on this nomination is at

    http://dearkitty1.wordpress.com/2014/02/18/lighthouse-award-thank-you-holley4734/

  4. Pat Morrow says:

    Hi, i’m looking for higher resolution versions (around 1920×1080) of the 2 maps on this page for a slide show that i’m putting together on the Torngats – are you able to send them to me, or put me in touch with someone who can? thanks https://canadianmuseumofnature.wordpress.com/2011/07/29/its-hard-to-get-there-from-here/

    • nature says:

      Thanks for you interest. The maps used in It’s Hard to Get There from Here were available from Parks Canada in 2011. Perhaps you might enquire with them about obtaining the images? In case it helps, these are the URLs where we got the images in 2011:

  5. wardcameron says:

    Is there a way to contact you?

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