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A New Triceratops for the EcoTarium Museum of Science and Nature

September 12, 2018

Worcester, Mass. – September 12, 2018 – “Uncle Beazley,” an 11-foot-long fiberglass model of a Triceratops dinosaur, weighing approximately 200 pounds, joins longtime model resident Siegfried the stegosaurus at the EcoTarium museum of science and nature on Thursday, September 13, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. He arrives as a gift from the Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield,…

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New Museum President Brings Track Record of Vision and Success

July 23, 2018

Worcester, Mass. – July 23, 2018 The EcoTarium museum of science and nature enthusiastically announces the selection of Lucy Hale as its new President. The EcoTarium Search Committee chose Hale based on her breadth of experience as a nonprofit leader in the science, nature and wildlife fields, having assumed progressively more leadership responsibility at the…

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Bald Eagle Exhibit Grows to Two

May 21, 2018

Young, New Female Bald Eagle at the EcoTarium Needs a Name! Worcester, Mass. – May 21, 2018 – Joining Bob the new Bald Eagle at the EcoTarium museum of science and nature is a year-old female. She comes to the EcoTarium from a Florida rehabilitation facility: the Audubon Center for Birds of Prey, as did…

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The EcoTarium Welcomes New Resident Bald Eagle

May 17, 2018

Worcester, Mass. – May 8, 2018 – The EcoTarium museum of science and nature is thrilled to announce a brand new resident – Bob, a young adult male bald eagle. Placed at the EcoTarium after his wildlife rehabilitators determined that he would never be able to be released to the wild due to lack of…

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A Look at the Science Behind Blood-Sucking Beasties

May 17, 2018

Attack of the Bloodsuckers at the EcoTarium Museum of Science and Nature Worcester, Mass. – May 15, 2018 – The newest exhibition to open on Saturday, May 19 at the EcoTarium museum of science and nature – Attack of the Bloodsuckers, will feature live mosquitoes and leeches, and explore the science behind how some animals…

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