February 11th - May 18
"Naked Canaries" is a photographic exploration of the beauty and biology of amphibians, the causes of their decline and their message for us all. The exhibit contrasts the beautiful colors and textures of healthy frogs with images of frogs that have suffered from various factors responsible for their decline.
“You run a top notch program. I have been recommending it to other parents & friends. Your staff people are very professional and well spoken. We will be Curator & Scout patrons for as long as you run the programs. Kudos to you all!”
The Oakes Museum of Natural History
The Oakes Museum of Natural History is a unique museum experience for the family, classroom, or group featuring more than 40,000 specimens.
The 10,000-square foot museum is home to a collection of Smithsonian quality African and North American mammals, birds, eggs, fish, seashells, minerals, insects, and fossils.