I'm very excited to be participating in the Field Museum and Music Box Theater's collaborative film series Cinema Science. The program pairs a Field Museum scientist with a famous movie that has something to do with their area of expertise--Pete Mackovicky hosted Jurassic Park, for example, and Kevin Feldheim hosted Jaws. Read more about Come to Cinema Science: THE BIRDS!
This little booklet has so much history, it's hard to know even where to begin. Let's start with the fact that the first author, James D. Watson, is the father of one of the most famous scientists of the 20th century, also named James D. Watson, who along with Francis Crick is credited with the discovery of the structure of DNA. But that's the least of it. The third author is even more intriguing. Read more about History and birds come together: "Spring Migration Notes" from 1920 and its famous authors
The Field Museum in partnership with Bronzeville, Little Village and Pilsen organizations, the Chicago Park District, and other key institutions has launched a project, The Green Ambassadors Program, to increase the resilience of our neighborhoods and green spaces. Read more about The Green Ambassadors Program