James Newman Clark Bird Museum UWEC

Browse through this remarkable circular museum featuring more than 500 species of birds collected by James Newman Clark from the 1870's through the 1920's.Two popular exhibits are the Bald Eagle and Golden Eagle, which require the University to hold a license to have them.The four dioramas depicting native birds in their natural habitat include: a white pine forest with ruffed grouse, a screech owl pouncing on a mouse, and the now extinct passenger pigeons.Located in the L.E. Phillips Science Hall.