When: Fri., Sept. 16, 5:30-8 p.m. 2016
It has been thirty years since The Cleveland Museum of Natural History became the first institution in the world to breed the then endangered Bald Eagle in captivity by artificial insemination. Join in an exploration of the natural history of the Bald Eagle and its epic tale of its recovery. The Cleveland Museum of Natural History invites you to the 2016-2017 Explorer Series lectures, connecting you to today’s leaders of scientific discovery. Come listen to experts as they illuminate challenges in natural history, natural science, human health and sustainability. Enjoy complimentary light appetizers, cash bar and live music.
Price: Advance member: $10, advance nonmember: $12. Day of member: $12, day of nonmember: $14. Lecture pack prices posted on our website. Special event parking rates apply: $8 in the Museum garage.