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De 2000 à 2008, la population de bécasseaux maubèches a chuté : elle est passée de 52 000 à 15 000. Allan Baker du Musée royal de l'Ontario a consacré les 15 dernières années au rétablissement de l'espèce.
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Expos, galeries, visites guidées, visites scolaires, etc.
Special display case for Ancient Egypt weekend, June 1-2, 2013
ROM Biodiversity researchers studying insects, fungi, and mammals have been discovering new species in the heart of Borneo, in Gunung Mulu National Park, throughout the month of May. They have descended the mountain to return to base camp and tune into an audience LIVE via Google Hangout, during a Friday Night Live event at the ROM on May 24, 2013. Read about the expedition to date HERE.
Jess Duerden, Institute for Canadian Citizenship
Submitted by Courtney Murfin, Interpretive Planner and Explorers' Club Co
Every year, thousands of migrating birds encounter urban environments on their way to breeding or feeding grounds. Birds mistake the reflection in buildings for habitat during the day, and are attracted to light at night - both situations cause an estimated 1 million bird deaths per year in Toronto alone.
This blog post was written by Kara Ma, ROM's Rebanks Intern.
As the newest Rebanks Intern, I am excited to present the latest ROM Library display case, located on the main floor just in front of the Library and Archives. On display is a timeline depicting highlights of the ROM’s extensive work and achievements in the field of archaeology
The Shorty Awards honor the best in social media.
In April 2013, ROM Biodiversity is sending a team of researchers deep into the Bornean rainforest in search of new species of insects, mammals and fungi and new data of relevance to conservation planning.