Exhibition Related Programs
Theodore Roosevelt Memorial and The Bernard Family Hall of North American Mammals Opening Day Celebration Walks and Tours
October 27, 2012
Celebrate the reopening of the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial and The Bernard Family Hall of North American Mammals with a full day of special family-friendly activities and performances.
Sign up in advance for the free walks and tours, listed below, by calling the Museum's Public Programs Office at (212) 769-5315.
Spaces are limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
• Tree Walks with Leslie Day and Trudy Smoke | 11 AM and Noon
• Bird Walks with Joe DiCostanzo and Dale Dyer | Every Hour, on the Hour, Noon–3 PM
• Archival Tour with Elizabeth Hanson | 11 AM and 1 PM
• Diorama Tour with Tom Doncourt | NOON and 2 PM
Join Chris Filardi, director of the pacific program in the Center for Biodiversity & Conservation, on a tour that teaches you about the conservation efforts taking place right here in the Museum and the halls that best showcase this research.
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