Now through May 29, families can check out naturalist and artist John James Audubon’s entire selection of American wildlife, called Quadrupeds of North America, including mounted specimens that bring this wonderful illustrations to life. There will also be an ecological review of Colorado Plateau mammals, giving guests the chance to learn more about the animals in their backyard and discover what sets four-legged creatures apart from other animals.
Admission to the museum and this exhibit is $12 for adults over 18, $8 for youth (10-17), students with valid ID and American Indians with tribal affiliation. Children under 10 years are free.
The Museum of Northern Arizona is located at 3101 N. Fort Valley Road in Flagstaff, and it is open 10 am to 5 pm Monday-Saturday and noon to 5 pm on Sunday. Please visit the official website for more information.