Specimens from our natural history collections are available for loan, research or exhibition purposes, by recognized researchers and institutions. Special arrangements may be considered to lease specimens and objects for other purposes. On-site access to collections specimens is an option. Search our collections.
We provide taxonomic identification services, drawing on our vast natural-history collections and expertise. Contact us.
The museum's extensive osteology collection provides an excellent reference for the identification of vertebrate hard tissues. It is available for use by private contractors on a fee basis. Contact us.
Scientific Training Program
To enhance scientific expertise, the Canadian Museum of Nature has a training program that includes opportunities for young experts at the undergraduate, graduate and post-doctoral levels.
Acid-Free Storage Boxes
Looking for specimen and artefact boxes of archival quality to provide a high standard of care for your specimens? Constructed of 100% virgin polyethylene terephthalate (PET), these containers are transparent, neutral pH, chemically stable and antistatic.
The Canadian Museum of Nature offers microanalysis services and expertise, including imaging and data analysis. We can give you the information you need on minerals, alloys and other industrial products, as well as all types of solid material, including uncoated insulators and biological material.
Assessing and Managing Risks to Your Collections
This introductory, interactive, non-technical, training workshop is designed for all stakeholders in collection preservation. Flexible scheduling: 1, 2, 3 or 5-day workshops possible.
Canadian Zooarchaeology is an open-access, online publication that serves as a forum for topics of interest to zooarchaeologists. Subscribe to enjoy articles and reports on current finds and field work, letters, news, and reviews of papers and books. Submissions are invited.