Current Temporary Exhibits:
Burning for Wildlife
How does fire affect wildlife? Can fires benefit wildlife? Want to know the story behind Smokey Bear? Visit IWM's newest temporary exhibit, "Burning for Wildlife" and find out the answers to these questions. If you can't visit the exhibit and would still like to read the information, click on the picture below. Starting November 1st, complete a Smokey Bear Scavenger Hunt in the exhibit, and win a Smokey Prize Pack!
For more information on wildfires, wildlife and Smokey Bear, visit these websites. There's even a Smokey Bear Teacher's Guide to help teach your kids about fire safety and the difference between good fires and wildfires.
Mythlogical Wildlife - Come see a Centaur and other mythological animals. Decide for yourself whether they are real or not!
Past Temporary Exhibits:
City Critters: Who Lives in Your Backyard?
Human Wildlife Conflict
Reptiles - Scaly, Not Slimy!
Sharks: Fierce Hunters of the Sea
Arizona Jaguars: Big Cats on the Border
Explore the Museum's insect collections:
Hyatt Collection Coleman Collection
Browse our Photo Gallery of animals photgraphed on the grounds of the International Wildlife Museum - and then come see them for yourself! Take pictures of insects, birds, mammals, reptiles or amphibians on our grounds and submit them to us. If chosen to appear in our Photo Gallery, your name will appear with your photo.