Page Not Found | Fairbanks Museum Community of Observers

Page Not Found (404)

We could not find the webpage (http://www.fairbanksmuseum.org/community/blog-menu/header?share_url=http://www.fairbanksmuseum.org/blog) you are looking for.

If you typed in the URL manually, you might try retyping it in case of a typo.

If you were directed to this URL via a bookmark or a link from another page or another site, please use the site map below below for an alternative way to look for the page you want or visit the Fairbanks Museum Community of Observers homepage.

Fairbanks Museum Community of Observers Site Map

Museum News

Extinct Vermont

Posted: July 2, 2015| Category: Museum news

Drawings by David Macaulay illuminate these panels about the incredible creatures that have come and gone … and in some cases come back to Vermont. Read More
July Weather Almanac

July Weather Almanac

Posted: June 30, 2015| Category: Skywatch Almanac Weather

July Records and Averages Warmest Ave. : 75.2°F/1921        Coldest Ave. : 65.0°F/1956 Wettest:   9.16 inches in 2008      Driest:  0.96 inches in 1919 July Dates to Remember 1 – 1973:  Worst flooding in VT and NH since the Flood of 1927.  Following a wet May and early June, a stalled front … Read More
July Astronomy Almanac

July Astronomy Almanac

Posted: June 30, 2015| Categories: Skywatch Almanac Astronomy, StarGazing

The Crescent Moon slides just below Venus on the 18th, as Jupiter looks on. (The Moon is enlarged) July’s evenings arrive late, though the days do get a little shorter.  Jupiter and Venus continue their spectacular meeting, though sinking into the twilight, and lost in the Sun’s glare by month’s … Read More
Dinosaur Discoveries

Dinosaur Discoveries

Posted: June 30, 2015| Categories: Museum news, What's Happening

Opening July 11 — Dinosaur Discoveries: Ancient Fossils, New Ideas reveals a vivid picture of what living, breathing dinosaurs were really like. The exhibit, organized by the American Museum of Natural History in New York, features fossils and models to reveal how current thinking about dinosaur biology has changed over … Read More
White Admirals

White Admirals

Posted: June 29, 2015| Category: Observing

June 29 — One of our volunteers took this great photo of a white admiral right on the front steps of the Museum.  The white admiral or Limenitis arthemis arthemis is included as an “indicator species” in our Community of Observers citizen science framework. As adults these butterflies mostly feed on tree sap … Read More
Homeschool Friday Field Day – Beaver Pond Exploration on June 19th

Homeschool Friday Field Day – Beaver Pond Exploration on June 19th

Posted: June 16, 2015| Category: Programs and Events

Friday, June 19, Noon – 2 PM – Come and explore the beaver pond teeming with life this time of year. We will collect and identify pond inhabitants with nets and a tank. Please wear rubber boots, hats, sunscreen, bug spray and anything else that will keep you comfortable … Read More
Balch Nature School Now Accepting Applicants for 2015-16 School Year

Balch Nature School Now Accepting Applicants for 2015-16 School Year

Posted: June 16, 2015| Category: Learning

  The Balch Nature School is now accepting applications for our 2015-16 school year. What is the Balch Nature School? We’re a fully licensed preschool offering nature-based learning at the Fairbanks Museum for children aged 3-5. We provide nature-centered opportunities that foster curiosity in your youngest naturalists … Read More
Feast with the Beasts

Feast with the Beasts

Posted: June 15, 2015| Category: Programs and Events

Saturday, June 20, 6 to 9 PM — Our signature celebration of summer! You can tango with the Toucan, banter with the Bison, roam the Museum’s astounding galleries while you enjoy flavors of the Northeast Kingdom. New this year: we are featuring tasting tables with heavy hors d’oeuvres from several … Read More
Summer Planetarium Shows

Summer Planetarium Shows

Posted: June 12, 2015| Categories: Programs and Events, What's Happening

Our summer schedule for planetarium shows starts on June 22nd. The show times are 11am (1 hour), 12:30pm (1/2 hour), 1:30pm (1 hour) and 3:30 (1/2 hour).  The hour long shows are “feature presentations”  with topics ranging from new information about Pluto and visiting Ceres in the asteroid belt to … Read More
June Astronomy Almanac

June Astronomy Almanac

Posted: June 3, 2015| Category: Skywatch Almanac Astronomy

Evenings arrive late in June, with our shortest nights of the year, but they feature the return of the summer constellations, including the Scorpion crawling into the southeast, accompanied this year by Saturn at its finest.   The Twin Stars of Gemini are peering above the western horizon, while a brighter … Read More
Page Not Found | Fairbanks Museum Community of Observers

Page Not Found (404)

We could not find the webpage (http://www.fairbanksmuseum.org/community/blog-menu/footer) you are looking for.

If you typed in the URL manually, you might try retyping it in case of a typo.

If you were directed to this URL via a bookmark or a link from another page or another site, please use the site map below below for an alternative way to look for the page you want or visit the Fairbanks Museum Community of Observers homepage.

Fairbanks Museum Community of Observers Site Map