Curator's Coffee - Bats, Birds, and Beetles: The Museum's Biological Collections
A Café Style Program
Associated with the M Café located in the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science
Join us for a casual discussion followed by a themed tour.
Limited to 15 people and includes coffee, light refreshments, and Museum admission.
Bioscience Collections Manager, Patricia Gegick, discusses how the Museum's biological specimens are prepared and conserved. She will also discuss the importance of museum collections in the 21st century. The morning will include a guided tour of the new Bioscience Collections and prep area.
Patricia Gegick received a BA in Art from Pennsylvania State University and an MS in Biology from the University of New Mexico, where she studied bats. She has been involved in research projects in plant ecology, developmental biology, endangered species and plant-herbivore interactions. She has been the Collections Manager since 2002, and has been associated with NMMNH&S since the early 1990s.
New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
1801 Mountain Rd. NW
ALbuquerque, NM 87104
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