Audubon's Quadrupeds:
His Last Project
on display through March 31, 2020
 Audubon’s images were based upon extensive field observations of the animal’s life-ways and habitat to create dynamic imagery.  His animals are often depicted in action or in natural poses and were adorned with backgrounds which placed them in their native surroundings. 
This exhibit was curated by Lee Silliman/Lee’s Graphics from Missoula, Montana
Friday, February 7th from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Why are kangaroo rats in the Mojave the most awesome rodent? They are, because they can defend themselves against deadly rattlesnakes with flying leaps and mid-air kicks that would put the fastest ninjas to shame! You're invited to meet two researchers from San Diego State University who are dedicated to understanding all the intricate details of the predator-prey relationship between rattlesnakes and kangaroo rats. They will discuss some of the many traits that allow these hopping dynamos to avoid the serpent’s tooth. Come with questions! This informal meet-up at the Hi-Desert Nature Museum is open to all, as is the talk, Self Defense in the Desert , at the Indian Cove campground amphitheater in Joshua Tree National Park (Friday, February 7th at 7:30 p.m.).
Morongo Basin Historical Society
2nd Wednesday Lecture Series
February 12, 2020 at 5:30 p.m.
$5 donation at the door
On Saturday, April 18th we will be setting out again to educate, innovate, and inspire. In addition to learning about the latest and greatest planet-saving solutions, the event also features great shopping for amazing nature inspired or environmentally friendly arts and crafts. The Hi-Desert Nature Museum is seeking vendors and exhibitors for the event including artists, designers, crafters and environmental organizations that offer information or products that convey the event theme. The deadline for all vendor applications is March 13, 2020. The application deadline for exhibitors and non-profit organizations is March 27, 2020.