This Famed BirdYou will be rapt by the raptors as Dr. Alan Poole discusses the fascinating and strange bird known as the Osprey.
Old Growth Forests in Massachusetts with David OrwigDavid Orwig, Senior Ecologist and Forest Ecologist with Harvard Forest shares his research into the presence of old-growth forests in Massachusetts.
Marion Natural History Museum's Sesquicentennial Anniversary Since 1782Celebrating 150 years of sparking natural curiosity, fostering environmental stewardship and inspiring lifelong learning.
Plastic PollutionChris Reddy, Senior Scientist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution discusses how the scientific community must establish a common language and framework for studying plastics.
"We Are All Whalers" with Michael MooreMichael Moore discusses how the shipping and commercial fishing industries endanger whales in our local waters, and how our reliance on these services makes us all responsible for finding solutions.
Little Bee, Big WorldBlake Dinius, entomologist and educator from Plymouth County Extension, discusses the vital role of bees, offering insight into their behavior and suggesting ways we can help our pollinators thrive.
Unique Birds of MarionJustin Barrett of the Nasketucket Bird Club discusses our native bird species.
Butterflies of the SouthcoastButterfly Man Joe Dwelly shares what he knows about our local butterfly species in this informative presentation.
The Future of Natural History MuseumsMarion Natural History Museum presents - The Future of Natural History Museums featuring Dr. Eric Dorfman.