I recently wrote about my visit to the American Museum of Natural History and my glimpse into the Frogs: A Chorus of Colors Exhibit. The museum is one of our favorite days out in the city. We can spend hours there.
A pioneer in modern frog research, the American Museum of Natural History has one of the largest frog collections in the world. AMNH expeditions to remote mountaintops, as well as surveys of local wetlands, continue to uncover new populations and species—but also reveal environmental changes that threaten frogs’ existence. Many efforts are underway to reverse this downward trend globally and in our own backyards. As just one example, all of the live frogs displayed in this exhibition have been captive-bred, to protect their populations in the wild.
It’s an amazing exhibit and it runs until January 8th, 2012.
Today one of you will receive one family of FOUR tickets to the Frogs exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History! While you’re at the museum, you can check out the rest of the museum with your kids – The World’s Largest Dinosaurs, Tornado Alley, Highway of an Empire: The Great Inca Road and all the permanent exhibits that are there all year long.
All you have to do to win is leave a comment below. Please be sure to leave an email address or Twitter handle IN YOUR RESPONSE below (this is important!)
Winners will be chosen on Friday, September 30th at noon. The winner will have 24 hours to accept the prize or it will go to the runner-up.
Disclosure: Giveaway courtesy of the American Museum of Natural History.