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Welcome Wildlife Into Your Garden

Here are some useful tips on how to attract hummingbirds, butterflies, lizards, and other creatures into your garden!
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From the Ground Up:
Building a Backyard for the City

Citizen Science Manager Lila Higgins is tracking the latest and greatest developments in the Museum’s new outdoor habitat, the Nature Gardens!
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Become a Member, Skip the Lines!

Become a member today to skip the lines and receive free admission and special exhibit tickets all year long!

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Adventures in Nature

This Year, Give Your Child the World!

Adventures in Nature is a day camp offered every summer and seasonally throughout the school year. Children in grades K through 8 have the opportunity to explore a wide variety of Museum topics — Earth's features, creatures, and cultures from around the globe. Enroll your children in our hands-on, interactive classes and they will learn about fascinating topics through active encounters that spark children's natural curiosity and creativity.

All camps are from 9 am to 3 pm daily and are one week in length.
 

Adventures In Nature Summer Day Camp

Natural History Museum - June 20 - July 29, 2016
La Brea Tar Pits & Museum - August 1 - August 5, 2016

To Register click HERE!
To view the Camp Brochure click HERE!



AIN Summer Camp Scholarships
Applications for Summer Camp Scholarships will be available Monday, February 8th through Friday, March 11th. Scholarships are on a first-come, first-served basis for families who qualify. Priority will go to families who have not received a past scholarship for Adventures in Nature. Only applicants awarded a Camp Scholarship will be notified and will be contacted by Museum Staff via email no later than Friday, April 1, 2016.

ATTENTION - We are no longer accepting scholarships. Please check back again next year for updated scholarship information. Thank you!

 

For more information, you may contact us at 213.763.3499 or educate@nhm.org.