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Blog Archive: Natural History

[image] 7 Things Your Child Might Become, Thanks to NHMU Summer Camps

7 Things Your Child Might Become, Thanks to NHMU Summer Camps

NHMU summer camps are so impressive for kids, here’s our short list of 7 things your kid might just become after attending one.
[image] Fierce Facts about Fireflies

Fierce Facts about Fireflies

Fireflies are beautiful, but they're way more fierce than you might think. First, they're carnivores. Second, they're poisonous, so don't eat them!
[image] Bitten by the Adventure Bug On a Dino Dig

Bitten by the Adventure Bug On a Dino Dig

Digging for dinosaur fossils in southern Utah should make it on your "must do" list if you live in the state. Read about a recent adventure in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
[image] Inside a Paleontologist's Field Kit

Inside a Paleontologist's Field Kit

Carrie Levitt-Bussian gives us an insider's look at her field kit. Find out what paleontologists absolutely need in the field.
[image] Corn-Pone Tunes: Favorite Songs from Range Creek

Corn-Pone Tunes: Favorite Songs from Range Creek

Looking for a new playlist? Here's one from our Range Creek Field School, completely centered on their work with corn.
[image] Where the Black Widow Plays Near the Velcro Weed

Where the Black Widow Plays Near the Velcro Weed

NHMU Wildflower Walks are a fantastic way to spend 45 minutes in the foothills. Held each April and May, they occur on Wednesdays.