The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History – 65 Million Years In the Making

The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History – 65 Million Years In the Making

Mammoth fossils, RIo Brazos Audubon Society, Bryan, TX

Bee Colony, Rio Brazos Museum of Natural History
Bee Colony, Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History

Bryan, Texas is a town that values its history. So it should come as no surprise that the city houses an excellent center for the study of the life on this planet through the ages, the BRAZOS VALLEY MUSEUM of NATURAL HISTORY. The center hosts an excellent collection of fossils, stuffed animals, photography, educational displays and so much more. While the collection is rich enough for serious research, it is cleverly presented in an accessible way that makes it appealing to people of all ages. No visit to Bryan or College Station is complete without a visit to this fine museum. Executive Director, Deborah Cowman, PHD, does an outstanding job of making guests feel welcome while inspiring them to learn about their world. The lives snakes were certainly impressive, but nothing could top the live bee colony living inside the building within a brilliantly designed display. It was an honor presenting my book, “Living Witness: Historic Trees of Texas” to the Rio Brazo Audubon Society in this beautiful place. Please pay a visit to the BRAZOS VALLEY MUSEUM of NATURAL HISTORY. You will find it rewarding. You can learn more at the website by clicking the link here.

 

Fossil, Rio Brazos Museum of Natural History

Fossil, Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History, Bryan, Texas where Living Witness talk was held

Fossil, Rio Brazos Museum of Natural History, Bryan,
Fossil, Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History, Bryan, Texas where Living Witness talk was held

Rio Brazos Museum of Natural History, Bryan, Texas where Living Witness talk was held
Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History, Bryan, Texas where Living Witness talk was held