In our labs and collections rooms and out in the field, a rotating stream of exceptional students are part of an engine of discovery.
NHM recently welcomed back a beautiful menagerie of tiny sculptures from artist Lu Huan Wang.
Young people who have worked alongside staff in our halls, galleries and labs, share their views about our changing planet.
Join us for new, science-infused mini-adventures!
Fall in love with silent films at the inaugural Newhallywood Silent Film Festival 2020
Dr. Amy Gusick, NHM’s Associate Curator of Anthropology, looks for answers in her archaeological studies of how people responded to environmental fluctuations
Whether through fossil digs, bug hunts, or ocean dives, NHMLAC is uniquely situated to gather, study, and share new knowledge about our changing environment.
Digitization of collections unlocks climate clues.
How security cameras help document wildlife in backyards.
Choose your outfit carefully before you go on a nature walk.
Let me introduce you to a tiny parasitic wasp that makes a unique nursery for its offspring.
The group was thrilled to take tours of the Nature Gardens and our expansive collections, meet our friendly staff, and learn about working at museums.
In Los Angeles, you can find nature in some unexpected places. NHM's SuperProject keeps track with help from the community.
Welcome to our, "Voices of L.A. Nature," where we'll hear stories from a diverse range of Angelenos about their relationships with nature in L.A.
Maiz Connolly shares her macro photos of wild behavior on the coyote bush