Bald Eagle Recovery In Ohio

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Cleveland Museum of Natural History invites you to the 2016-2017 Explorer Series, connecting you to today’s leaders of scientific discovery. Join us as we welcome experts, explorers and adventurers, and listen as they illuminate breakthroughs and challenges facing the world of natural history, natural science, human health and sustainability.

Director of Wildlife Resources Harvey Webster kicks off the new season Friday, September 16. It has been thirty years since The Cleveland Museum of Natural History became the first institution in the world to breed then-endangered Bald Eagles in captivity by artificial insemination. What has happened to eagles since is nothing short of amazing. Join in an exploration of the natural history of the Bald Eagle, its history in Ohio and the epic tale of its recovery.

5:30pm – Doors open. Complimentary light appetizers, cash bar and live music. Museum exhibitions, galleries and store are open. Meals for purchase at Exploration: A Zack Bruell Restaurant.

7pm – Presentation begins, followed by Q&A.

8-lecture package
Members: $72; Nonmembers: $88

4-lecture package
Members: $36; Nonmembers: $44

Single lectures
*Advance Member: $10; *Advance Nonmember: $12
Day of Member: $12; Day of Nonmember: $14
*Advance rate ends at 11:59pm the day before each lecture

Student/Teacher Rate

Special event parking rates apply: $8 in the Museum garage.

The Women’s Committee of The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, PNC, Glidden House, and Cuyahoga Arts & Culture
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By: Cleveland Museum of Natural History

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