View the exciting exhibit room displays in the slide show below.
Acrylic cubes allow close up viewing and better interpretation of size.
A taxidermy mount of an Alaskan Brown Bear stands taller than visitors!
A combination of live animals, taxidermy mounts and a display of touching furs & skulls represents a wide variety of wildlife.
The rarely seen Eastern Spiny Softshell Turtle is an unusual site.
A video kiosk and Native American artifacts represent the First Peoples of this region.
The lobby of the nature center houses the Great Lakes Fish aquarium.
Different Birds' nests and eggs are on display in the Nature Center Lobby.
Pine River Beekeepers Board Members install the new observation bee hive.
There are 18 taxidermied specimens in this 18 foot tall exhibit.
A live turtle makes his home around the taxidermy tree.
Covered work station for close up examination during pond study programs.
Students collect macroinvertebrates in the Pine River.