Peregrine Falcon: Grand Opening Weekend
From Endangered Species to Urban Bird
An exhibition developed by the Bell Museum of Natural History at the University of Minnesota
On view Saturday, June 1 through Sunday, September 29, 2019
In an unprecedented turn of events, peregrine falcons were listed and then removed from the endangered species list within two decades. Discover the incredible story of the citizens, scientists, and birds that brought the species back from the brink of a human-caused extinction—and explore ways we can help peregrines and other raptors to survive and thrive.
Grand Opening Weekend
Open to the public
Saturday and Sunday, June 1 and 2
11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Join us for a weekend-long bird party! Explore the new exhibit, create your own raptor-craft, and swoop into some bird science at our family activity tables.
Included with regular admission. Oregon Trail card holders are admitted at a reduced rate through the Museums for All program. Free for members and UO ID card holders. Not a current member? Family memberships are available for 20 percent off throughout the weekend. Visit our website for details.
Date & Time
June 2, 2019
11:00AM - 5:00PM
$5 adults ($1 with EBT card), $10 families ($5 with EBT card), $2 youths and seniors
Special Attractions Science & Technology Schools & Education Open Houses On Campus Nature & Outdoors Museums & Exhibits Kids & Family Community & Neighborhood All Ages Museum of Natural and Cultural History Exhibits Peregrine Falcon Grand Opening Downtown University Santa Clara Springfield Outlying Areas Eugene Bethel Junction City Coburg Cottage Grove/Creswell