- Published: Thursday, 10 November 2016 17:21
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The Pember Museum collections are a wonderful example of the bio-diversity of the area 100 years ago, and also include speciments from around the world.
There are over 7,000 objects in the collections of the Pember Museum, covering a wide variety of natural history subjects. Nearly 80% of the collections are on display. Specimens include vertebrate (birds, mammals and reptiles) and invertebrate animals (insects, arachnids and sea life), rocks and minerals, fossils, some anthropological and historical materials, and a herbarium (dried plant speciments).
Learn with Linda!
We will celebrate Thanksgiving with stories, games and crafts.
Then we will have snacks and a party for Lucy (SHHH, she's going to be 11.)
People are welcome to bring gifts. She doesn't really need treats but if you get them, we prefer hair-ball formula.
She eats Friskies Shreds for canned food and Rachael Ray's Nutrish dry food.
She needs frangrance-free kitty litter. (We usually buy "Tidy Cats.")
We will gladly pass on other items to the vet clinic for their adoptables.
See below for attachments with application and guidelines.