Visit this set of exhibits featuring creatures from the past and present. They range from ants that are actually farmers, to a live colony of honeybees you can see close-up, to salmon and turtles, and information about the life processes that connect these animals with birds, insects, and even human beings.

Animal Signs Kiosk

Animal Signs Kiosk A sampling of the kinds of signs left behind by animals on the trails Learn More

Aquarium Area

Aquarium Area An up-close view of native fish, frogs, turtles, and other aquatic creatures Learn More

Aquarium Cave

Aquarium Cave A special aquarium just right for younger museum visitors Learn More

Atlantic Salmon

Atlantic Salmon View these aquatic nomads up close and use physical marks to identify their current stage in the salmon life cycle. Learn More

Bear Den

Crawl past the Cave Aquarium to the Bear Den in Andy's Place - a quiet spot with a hibernating bear to keep you company. Learn More

Behind a Dam

See a diverse selection of native fish which live in warmer waters Learn More

Bird Nests and Eggs

Bird Nests and Eggs A sampling of bird's eggs and nests from the permanent collection Learn More

Bird’s-Eye View

Bird’s-Eye View A treetop-viewing platform along the Ridge Trail Learn More

Blood Brook Loop

A half-mile trail along the lagoon Learn More

Changing Landscape, Changing Songs

Changing Landscape, Changing Songs Explore the sounds of a changing environment Learn More

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