The Museum of Wildlife and Fish Biology is a vertebrate museum dedicated to education, outreach, conservation and research. The MWFB houses one of the most significant modern collections of birds, mammals, and fish in California. It is among the top ten collections of vertebrates in California and the third-largest university-managed collection in the state. The specimens housed in the MWFB serve a role unique among research collections in that they are also used for training, species identification workshops, and educational programs by federal, state, and local agency biologists.
Your gift will help the further the museum's mission to support teaching and conservation in vertebrate natural history and biology through active research, hands-on education and by maintaining a museum dedicated to documenting and understanding species taxonomy, life histories and biogeography.
Assistant Director of Development
(530) 752-2142 (Phone)