Lockport-born Othniel Marsh was one of the late 19th century's top paleontologists, but his feud with Edward Cope divided the scientific community and forever tarnished both men’s reputations.
The full article is available in the Winter 2019 Issue.
Roger Tory Peterson wrote the book on bird identification. A museum in his hometown, Jamestown, NY, designed by Robert A.M. Stern, celebrates the naturalist's art and his life's work.
Herman Grieb, a renowned taxidermist, created a unique and enduring legacy. His works continue to appeal to hunters and nature-lovers.
Named one of the past century’s most influential Western New Yorkers, Chauncey Hamlin was a politician, a conservationist and a key figure in the development of the Buffalo Museum of Science and the field of museology nationwide.