Monthly Archive: May 2014
Back in 1995 ROM ornithologist Dr. Allan Baker was part of an international team that banded a small shorebird in Argentina, a Red-knot soon to become dubbed Moonbird, with a leg band with the number B95 on it.
The ROM's collecton of swords from the Phillipines is outlined in the context of the history and geography of the archipelago.
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.
Guest blogger, Amanjeet Chauhan sums up her experience as a volunteer during ROM Revealed Weekend.
Since 1977, Museums around the world have been celebrating International Museum Day on May 18. Each year, a new theme is selected and this year we're celebrating "Museum collections make connections".
One of the longest running debates in ornithology may finally have an answer thanks to new ROM research published in science journal Molecular Biology and Evolution.
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.