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"Fine Feathered Friends: Birds as Mainstay and Muse" will be extended so that visitors can browse the galleries and experience the wonder of this exhibition in person. This exhibition brings together nearly 200 rarely-seen artifacts to explore the status of our fine feathered friends as ecological mainstay and their historical role as a design-inspiring force, or muse, for New Jersey craftspeople.
Ceramic sculptures by noted artist Edward Marshall Boehm, original prints by John James Audubon, hand-carved duck decoys, scientific specimens and other objects help tell the story of our fascination with birds.
The Museum is operating on its regular schedule, Tuesday through Sunday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Masks are required for all visitors over the age of two years and social distancing is encouraged.