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The Musuem of natural history of Bordeaux - Science and nature support the project of the Association for Research Ornothological for Banding in Aquitaine

Bird banding and marking are devices supporting ornithological research. The Association for Research Ornothological for Banding in Aquitaine created in 2005, comply with the National programme of ornothological research directed  by the Centre of biological reserach about Birds populations of National Museum of Natural history of Paris.
The association wants to inform about the main banding stations of Aquitaine but also value actions taken for the environnement and biodiversity. 
Aroba organize the practical and the theoretical apprentice training. The association relay results of ornithological study and research of the Centre of biological reserach about Birds populations of National Museum of Natural history of Paris.
PhotoCarduelis spinus ©Aroba

The Museum of natural history of Bordeaux - science and nature loves new spaces of the Museum of Aquitaine

The Museum of Aquitaine invites visitors to explore its new exhibition spaces open since the 22 March. Plunge into the heart of Bordeaux, then head to the Gironde Estuary and continue your journey to Bidassoa passing through the vineyards of Cognac and the Landes de Gascogne Forest en route.
Welcome to the contemporary history of Bordeaux and Aquitaine!

The Museum of natural history of Bordeaux - Science and nature loves the Extinct Giants VR of the National Natural History Museum of Paris

Discover the giants that once occupied our planet in this immersive experience at the National Natural History Museum in Paris.
The titanoboa, giant rhino, megalodon and megalonyx all await you for a 3D journey through 360-degree scenery.

Discover the Doué-la-Fontaine Biopark, partner of the Museum of natural history - Science and nature.

To walk through Doué-la-Fontaine Biopark is a chance to observe part of our world’s amazing diversity. Visit habitats that can be found in the natural world as well as rarely seen exotic animals to understand the importance of protecting the planet’s ecosystems.
Kata Kata, the black rhinoceros of the Biopark arrived in the Museum of Bordeaux's collections in november.