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Georgia Museum of Natural History
University of Georgia
Phone: 706-542-1663 - Tty: -
Statement of Purpose
The primary mission of the Georgia Museum of Natural History is to collect and preserve evidence of the cultural and natural heritage of Georgia and beyond; to encourage scholarship and service relating to the collections; to foster stewardship of the heritage of the people of Georgia; and to instruct people in their cultural and natural heritage.
Highlights & Collections
Mammals, Birds, Reptiles, Amphibians, Fish, Invertebrates, Arthropods, Fungi, Plant micro spores, Botany, Archaeology, Zooarchaeology and Geology
Current Exhibits and Upcoming Special Events
Educational outreach programs include: science boxes, tours, teacher workshops, discovery room and our web site
For more information please see our web site: http://museum.nhm.uga.edu/UGAMNHed.html
by appointment only, during normal working hours (M-F 8-5)
Admission & Directions:
Athens is located approximately 70 miles east-northeast of Atlanta, Georgia. Approximate driving time from Atlanta is 90
minutes. Please see the maps on our web site of details: http://museum.nhm.uga.edu/UGAMNHmap.html/
Dr. Elizabeth Reitz, Director and Curator of Zooarchaeology
- Dr. Kerry Carlin, Curator of Exhibits and Outreach
- Dr. J. McHugh, Curator of Arthtopods
- Dr. D. Gianinasi, Curator of Botany
- Dr. D. Hally, Curator of Archaeology
- Dr. S. Walker, Curator of Geology
- Dr. B. Freeman, acting Curator of Zoology
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