Belonging: The Natural History of People in the Southwest

Natural History Institute 126 N Marina St, Prescott, AZ

Belonging: The Natural History of People in the Southwest Fall 2023 - Winter 2024 The Natural History Institute presents a series of lectures, workshops, and a film screening exploring the […]

Fall Colors Hike

Aspen Creek Trailhead

The Prescott area is known for its evergreen landscape of shrub and woodland biotic communities. But along creeks and drainages, there are ribbons of gold in autumn. Join the Prescott […]

Art in the Service of Conservation

Natural History Institute 126 N Marina St, Prescott, AZ

The Natural History Institute Gallery presents Art in the Service of Conservation Walt Anderson October 27th, 2023 - January 12th, 2023 Biophilia means love of life, an inherent affiliation with […]

Wildcats of Arizona

Natural History Institute 126 N Marina St, Prescott, AZ

Arizona is home to four different species of wildcats including the third largest felid in the world. Wildcats of all species are capable of taking prey much larger than themselves […]

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Tracking Kinship: Natural History and Wild Respect

Online Webinar

Join NHI for a virtual event with internationally-renowned herpetologist Dr. Harry Greene which will explore the role of natural history in finding our path forward through the age of climate […]

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Natural History As a Wellspring of Activism

Online Webinar

Join the Natural History Institute for an online conversation with environmental and human rights activist Laurel Sutherlin, who currently serves as Senior Communications Strategist for the Rainforest Action Network. This […]