January 11th, 2011
One gratifying outcome of the lengthy partnership between The Field Museum and the people of Tokomaru Bay in New Zealand is that Ruatepupuke II, the Maori whare or meeting house, now serves as a national “flag ship” for many throughout New Zealand, Maori and pakeha (non-Maori) alike, both as a striking heritage symbol of their cultural pride and values in a distant and foreign land, and also as an innovative urban marae (gathering place) for communicating those values and sensibilities overseas in an unconventional and vibrant multicultural setting.
November 26th, 2007
Lavishly illustrated guide to Peru's birds describes 1,800 species
August 29th, 2007
Field Museum gives Parker/Gentry Award to environmental activist, attorney and author Judith KimerlingAward ceremony August 29, 2007
July 13th, 2007
Students help Field Museum, DuPage County Forest Preserve extract 11,500-year-old mastodon