The marine side of NHM kicked into high gear when we hosted a two-week get-together in August for a star team of biologists from around the country: the Los Angeles Urban Ocean Expedition 2019.
Just in time for Halloween, NHM will present a spooky, homegrown Hollywood exhibition that reveals the science of the scary.
Meet Hunter, our large-scale T. rex puppet.
Scientists have long wondered if Mars could support life. But what exactly should we look for?
Angelenos have been switching out lawns for alternative turf, and visiting NHM to soak up conservation tips for their gardens and neighborhoods.
Students dig up the bones of real prehistoric beasts for college credit in the first-ever La Brea Tar Pits Field School.
Digitization of collections unlocks climate clues.
How security cameras help document wildlife in backyards.
Choose your outfit carefully before you go on a nature walk.
Fossilized feces help confirm the diet of extinct “bone-crushing” dogs
Community Science Manager, Richard Smart looks at how squirrels escape the summer heat.
Two EXPO interns share their impressions of a summer job at NHM.
If you’ve seen a snail on the sidewalk after a rain, chances are it's the same species that is popular in the cosmetics field.
Can two animals who are not natural friends hang out together?
Enjoy getting to know Jane, a Postdoctoral Fellow who holds a joint appointment between NHM and The Nature Conservancy.
A poem dedicated to the children of the world who will be participating in this year's Great Backyard Bird Count.