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15 April – 25 September

Discover owls of New Mexico. Learn about the unique adaptations of owls, where they live and how they hunt. What do owls mean to you?
This new exhibit features photography by Dennis Dusenbery and specimens from New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science and the Museum of Southwestern Biology University of New Mexico.

Katherine Jetter, leading expert in the opal industry, is our guest curator. This amazing exhibit features examples of Australian, Mexican, Ethiopian and Peruvian opal, as well as some set jewels from Jetter’s collection.

FREE with Museum admission.

Experience the lost world of the dinosaurs in a state-of-the-art technological exhibit!  What was a day in the life of a dinosaur like?  How did they live?  What do fossils tell us about the ancient past?  Find out the answers to these questions and more!

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