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- Summertime Fieldwork in Canada’s Accessible Arctic
To collect Arctic plants—that's the mission of the museum botanists who are heading north to explore the area around Arviat, on Hudson Bay, Nunavut.
- Mammoth, Mammoth, Tusked and Hairy, How Does Your Garden Grow?
An Ice Age habitat, the Mammoth Steppe, is part of our new Landscape of Canada Gardens. Palaeontologist Scott Rufolo explains.
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For years, Canada’s first dinosaur fossils remained in the collections of the Canadian Museum of Nature, overlooked by scientists. Now, more than 120 years after being discovered, a Carleton University student has begun the painstaking work of cataloguing them.
Whether on the front lines or behind the scenes, people have been participating in the Canadian Museum of Nature’s volunteer program for nearly 40 years. In 2015-2016 alone, volunteers amassed over 13,000 hours of work.