Natural History Museum and Botanical Garden news

The UT Natural History Museum and Botanical Garden's popular educational programmes in cooperation with the Vanemuine Theatre and the Yellow Cats take place in February, March and April.
06.02.2023
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At the February Nature Talks at the University of Tartu Natural History Museum, Marju Kõivupuu will talk about tree crosses of forests, their origins and characteristics.
02.02.2023
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"Rukkirääk" is a podcast with a 20-minute nature-themed programme on the last Tuesday of every month. The first programme of the second season will focus on the popularisation of science.
31.01.2023
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On Saturday 28 January we invite you to participate in the curatorial tour of the exhibition "The Pleasures and Pains of Pollination".
19.01.2023
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The ninth annual Nature Festival focuses on the beauty and wildlife of gardens. It will take place from 7 to 11 June.
18.01.2023
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Estonia's most species-rich garden The University of Tartu Botanic Garden celebrates its 220th anniversary this year.
16.01.2023
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Zoologist Mati Martin's publication "Dragonflies. The order Odonata in Estonia" opens up the magical world of dragonflies. The publication has been nominated for the Annual Estonian Museum Award.
16.01.2023
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The first nature poetry night of the new year will take place on Wednesday, 18th January. This time Veronika Kivisilla will read nature poetry.
11.01.2023
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The exhibition includes macro and close-up photography. The photographs are the work of the members of Viljandi Photographers group - the photos are taken from nature.
09.01.2023
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A winter workshop for children of Ukrainian families will be held at the University of Tartu Botanical Garden on Epiphany Day, 6 January. Participation is free, but pre-registration is required.
29.12.2022
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The Natural History Museum and the Botanical Garden will be closed from 24 to 26 December.
23.12.2022
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On Wednesday 21 December there will be a nature poetry evening with young poet Mikk Tšaškin, who will perform nature poetry at Tartu Town Hall Square.
14.12.2022
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Recipients of University of Tartu honorary decorations announced
28.10.2022
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The University of Tartu Natural History Museum's exhibition "The Pleasures and Pains of Pollination" focuses on insect pollinators and their importance for humans and the planet.
27.09.2022
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The permanent exhibition takes you on a journey through the evolution of Earth's living and non-living nature, from the birth of the Universe to today's natural diversity.
26.09.2022
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The 3rd Estonian Taxonomy Day: Hybrid conference "Biodiversity Digital Services"
24.03.2022
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The exhibition "THE WORLD IN A RUCKSACK. 100 Years of Natural Science Expeditions" is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the National University.
26.04.2019
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