Preserving the semi-fossilized bones of two walrus from the Bay of Fundy
For a year, NBM Conservator Dee Stubbs-Lee has been working to preserve the semi-fossilized bones of two walrus (Odobenus rosmarus) from the Bay of Fundy; a partial skull and a single tusk from a second individual. These ice-age fossils are roughly 10,000 years old! Both were dredged up by First
NB Heritage Sites & Covid-19: A Guide to Collections Safety, Staff & Volunteer Re-Entry, and Visitor Re-Entry
When opening your community museum during the Covid-19 pandemic, this guide offers information and help to understand the impact of Covid-19 on collections management and conservation. It is hoped that this guide will also provide a framework for planning and creating: – safe work practices for collections – a safe
Message from New Brunswick Museum CEO
Hello, Many people are wondering when the New Brunswick Museum’s Exhibition Centre and Archives & Research Library and Collections & Research Centre will be re-opening to the public. As of today, re-opening dates have not been confirmed. The New Brunswick Museum is continuing to take the advice of Public Health
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