Monthly Archive: December Natu
The 2014 Ontario BioBlitz brought 500+ registrants together this past weekend to find and catalogue biodiversity in the Humber River watershed, and students from the Environmental Visual Communication (EVC) Program were there to capture the event from every angle.
Environmental communicator Jacqueline Waters shares more of her experience on the ground with the ROM team working to recover a blue whale carcass in NL.
Jacqueline Waters shares her impressions from Day 1 of the ROM's efforts to recover a Blue whale specimen near Trout River, NL.
A surge in the poaching of Southern White Rhinoceros made the ROM reconsider the presentation of our iconic specimen.
Neighborhood students join the ROM and special guests in learning about the conservation of birds of prey.
Henry H.C. Choong shares his insight into a recent, important information session regarding the threat of invasive species in the Great Lakes basin.
Ontario tables the "Invasive Species Act": What is it, and what role should natural history museums play?
Why is this legislation important, and how can museums support it?
Experiential learning is a teaching method that allows learners to explore and examine objects that illustrate larger concepts.