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Public Education Programs

The Wildlife Museum is developing a variety of outreach education programs for the public. These programs will include group tours of the museum, classroom presentations on various topics, and wildlife programs and hikes at local parks and recreation areas. The museum supports activities of many different local and state groups, such as 4-H, Future Farmers of America, and Boy Scouts of America.

Visiting the Museum

The museum is a working laboratory and classroom. Consequently, if you would like to visit the museum you will need to make an appointment. Classrooms are other large groups can be accommodated.

Please contact the curator, Dr. Frey, to schedule your visit.

Jennifer K. Frey PhD, Curator
Office: Knox Hall 146
Phone: 575-646-3395

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