Hunting for fossils, diving for mussels, tracking the lynx and scouting for rare species are some of the research adventures awaiting Canadian Museum of Nature scientists this summer. Read more about their upcoming fieldwork in different areas of the country.
The Canadian Museum of Nature (CMN) has been putting a cornucopia of natural treasures on the road for four decades.
The Canadian Museum of Nature's first fossil hall opened in 1913 and the Edmontosaurus dinosaur mount is still on view a century later.
From dinosaurs to marine algae, there are many lures that draw Canadian Museum of Nature scientists into the field.
Discover specimens collected 100 years ago in the first scientific expedition to the Canadian Arctic
It's summertime and museum research staff are going to remote northern areas to conduct fieldwork.
Read about the museum's magnificent whale collection, which includes more than 100 catalogued specimens.
The presentation and discussion at a public information session for the Canadian Museum of Nature.
Find out how to get a gigantic sperm whale skull up four floors for the Whales Tohorā installation.
Information about parking and the west side of the museum grounds.