Summer Camps 2019
The Nature of Idaho
Zoo Idaho and the Idaho Museum of Natural History will be bringing the wonders of Idaho’s natural world to the airwaves. The half-hour program features Peter Pruett, Zoo Idaho Superintendent, and Dr. Leif Tapanila, Director of the Idaho Museum of Natural History, highlighting how the Gem State’s wild places have shaped Idaho’s past, present, and future. The show features regular segments on nature news and a fun fact.
1/31/2019 - SHARKS OF IDAHO special guest Susan Ewing, author of Resurrecting the Shark
2/14/2019 - LEKKING FOR LOVE special guest Dr. David Delehanty, Bird Behavioral Biologist
2/26/2019 - BATS special guest Dr. Rita Dixon, State Wildlife Action Plan Coordinator
3/12/2019 - EVOLVING RIVERS with special guest Paul Link, Professor in the Idaho State University Department of Geosciences
3/26/2019 - ALPINE TREES with special guest Matthew J Germino, USGS Ecologist
4/11/2019 - RAFTING IDAHO with special guest Lance Clark, Outdoor Recreation Program Manager for the City of Pocatello
4/25/2019 - GEOLOGY UNDERFOOT with special guest Shawn Wilsey, professor of geology College of Southern Idaho
5/9/2019 - CRATERS OF THE MOON with special guest Dr. Shannon Kobs-Nawotniak, Idaho State University professor and volcanologist
Museum in the News
Idaho Museum of Natural History's researchers to digitally collect 50 of the world's largest animals.
Idaho Museum of Natural History researchers receive grant to digitally scan bones of California blue whale.
Our Affiliate Curator Chris Shaw's newest work about "Smilodon’s sociality, and answer questions about how the cat lived and why it died out 10,000 to 12,000 years ago."
Idaho Museum of Natural History
698 E Dillon St
Pocatello, ID 83201
We are located on the campus of Idaho State University.
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