Visitors to the Bird lab
Investigating intergrade flickers
Julie Craves examining northern flicker specimens for aberrant plumage.
Visiting student from Brazil studies geographic variation and speciation in Black-throated Trogon
Jeremy Dickens is studying color variation and measurements in this widespread Trogon species. He is interested in determining whether it should be split into more than one species.
Oakland Audubon Society visits Bird Division collection
Oakland Audubon Society members for their field trip visited the Bird Division collection to study warblers, ducks, and other birds for the upcoming spring migration.
Researching Michigan Redpolls
Allen Chartier is examining subspecies of Redpolls.
Researcher from MSU visits bird collection
Dr. Pamela Rasmussen has been working with our collection of Indian birds for many years.
Art student photographs specimens
Art student photographing a bird of paradise for a project
SNRE Art and Environment drawing event
The SNRE Art Club members sketching bird specimens for the drawing event.
University of Windsor students study bird specimens
3 graduate students visit the collection to measure and photograph birds for their research
Local artist uses bird specimens
Valerie Mann, a local Ann Arbor artist, makes use of the Bird Division research specimens in her artwork. Here she is painting a Barn Owl specimen.
Artist combines songs and colors of birds
Carol Hanna, Ann Arbor artist