Learn the story behind our whale skeleton, heading for Leeds City Museum, and what we can learn from the bones.
Discover how we kept sustainability at the forefront of our Beavers to Weavers exhibition.
Irene Manton and Ida Roper were two brilliant women botanists collecting plants in two very different ways.
Rebecca Machin celebrates the beautiful and amazing females animals here in the collections of Leeds Museums and Galleries.
Collections and Contingency is an exhibition of sculpture and microscopic photography by Deborah Gardner, placed in and around the fascinating artefacts and specimens in our store at Leeds Discovery Centre.
Discover the message behind Leeds City Museum’s latest exhibition, about what animals do and how they live their lives.
Claire Miles explores our LMG’s Bird Egg collection during her placement with our Natural Sciences Collection.
Curator of Natural Sciences Rebecca Machin takes us on a walking tour to explore the delicate balance of springtime, in light of the “For All Seasons” exhibition at Leeds City Museum.
New collections challenge on social media! Test your birdy knowledge with #PlumagePuzzle!
Natural science collections contain some of the huge biodiversity on our planet, including rare and extinct species.
We look after a beautiful collection of Herbarium sheets, containing stunning specimens of plants through time.
Kiwis produce the largest relative eggs of any bird. Discover what effect this has on their species.