Visitors to the Bird lab
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
Studying Gloger's Rule in bird populations
Graduate student Jennifer Phillips is investigating variation in bird coloration related to environmental conditions. She has photographed thousands of birds in our research collection.
Research on shrike species
Mary Margaret Ferraro with some shrike study skins.
Identifying bird bones from mid-19th century Philadelphia
Dr. Teagan Schweitzer used the bird skeleton collection to identify bones from a site in early Philadelphia.
Sampling grebe feathers to study mercury contamination.
Marie Perkins is studying historic levels of mercury contamination by analyzing western and clark's grebe feathers.
Drawing owl specimens
Stephanie O'Neil, Art and Design student, uses Screech Owl and Great Horned Owl study skins for an art project.