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When it comes to protecting endangered species, some people “talk the talk”, while others “walk the walk”. Jim and Jean Thomas definitely fall into the latter category. They have dedicated their lives to saving endangered tree kangaroos in the Toricelli Mountain Range of Papua New Guinea. Jim, Jean, and their son,
Fall Limited Engagements at Bishop Museum’s Planetarium-Laser light shows return along with new theater performance
September 29, 2016 This fall, Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum will expand the programming of its J. Watumull Planetarium with the return of laser light shows and showings of Boy who Fell in Love with a Star, a unique experience combining state of the art planetarium technology and live theater with performances by two of Honolulu’s
September 22, 2016 The Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum has announced the appointment of Amy Miller Marvin as chief operating officer (COO). Marvin is the first to hold the position of COO at the Museum since 2011, and the first female COO in the Museum’s history. In this role, Marvin will lead the Museum’s ongoing business
Alex Slavenko, a PhD student from the University of Tel Aviv, spent six weeks working in Bishop Museum’s Vertebrate Zoology collection.
September 16, 2016 Get ready to explore with Dora and Diego at Bishop Museum in the new exhibit Dora and Diego—Let’s Explore! The exhibit features beloved characters Dora and Diego from Nickelodeon’s hit preschool series Dora the Explorer and Go, Diego, Go!, along with their friends Boots, Map, Isa, Tico, and of course Swiper, now
September 6, 2016 New fish species unveiled; live specimens at Bishop Museum Honolulu, HI – In the midst of the ongoing International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) World Conservation Congress in Honolulu, scientists from Bishop Museum and NOAA published a description today of a new species of butterflyfish from deep reefs of the
Natural history collections aren’t only visited by scientists – they are also a unique resource for artists.
Back in May a group of Daisies from Girl Scout Troops 612 & 613 of Honolulu participated in a sleepover program here at the Bishop Museum.
Saturday, August 6 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
No discussion of Hawaii’s fossilized bird bones is complete without some mention of the name Dr. Helen James.