Month: March 2015

  • Volunteering at Whanganui Regional Museum’s Moa Collection

    A moa femur at Whanganui Regional Museum

    This March, I had the pleasure of being a curatorial volunteer at the Whanganui Regional Museum’s moa collection. This is one of the most important collections of moa bones in the world, much of it excavated from the Taranaki region Makirikiri swamp in 1938. As a technical communicator with a geology/paleontology degree in her past, […]