Skulls from Near and Far Sunday, March 20, 10:00am-11:00am Monday, March 21, 10:00am-11:00am Have you ever struggled to identify a skull you found in the woods? Come to the Museum of Natural History and learn the major features that distinguish mammal skulls, with particular attention paid to ones most commonly found in our area. After a brief presentation we will take a look at examples of the skulls we have discussed, as well as the more exotic specimens from the Museum collection, from bears and big cats to otters and skunks. Bring your curiosity and any skull questions you may have! Program fee: $3 per person per program/Museum Members free. Pre-registration is required. Capacity is limited. Face coverings must be worn.