Fine Feathered Friends: Birds of the CMU Museum

(June 2007 - December 2007)

Showcasing the third largest collection of birds in Michigan, the new exhibit features the museum's renowned mounted-bird collection, from eagles to hummingbirds, turkeys to warblers, and everything in between. Over 125 species of birds are represented by more than 400 mounted specimens, hundreds of bird skins, and dozens of eggs. Related books, games, and fun facts can be found in a "book nook" located in the adjacent Rowe Hall lobby.

View photo gallery according to species

American Black Duck to Canada Goose

Slideshow in alphabetical order starting with the American Black Duck and ending with the Canada Goose.

Canvasback to Hawk (Broad-winged)

Slideshow in alphabetical order starting with the Canvasback and ending with the Hawk (Broad-winged).

Hawk (Coopers) to Loon

Slideshow in alphabetical order starting with the Hawk (Coopers) and ending with the Loon.

Mallard to Northern Goshawk

Slideshow in alphabetical order starting with the Mallard and ending with the Northern Goshawk.

Oriole to Pintail

Slideshow in alphabetical order starting with the Oriole (Baltimore) and ending with the Pintail (Northern).

Puffin to Sandhill Crane

Slideshow in alphabetical order starting with the Puffin and ending with the Sandhill Crane.

Scaup to Spectacled Eider

Slideshow in alphabetical order starting with the Scaup and ending with the Spectacled Eider.

Starling to Warbler

Slideshow in alphabetical order starting with the Starling and ending with the Warbler.

Slideshow in alphabetical order starting with the Waterthrush and ending with the Yellowthroat.
 

 

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