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Museum of Life + Science

Eastern bluebird

Eastern bluebird, a Indigo Premium Unisex Tee

Premium Unisex Tee

$24.99
Eastern bluebird, a Heavy Metal Premium Unisex Tank

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$26.99
Eastern bluebird, a Grey Triblend Women's Slouchy Tank

Women's Slouchy Tank

$27.99
Eastern bluebird, a Charcoal Youth Unisex Tee

Youth Unisex Tee

$23.99

American mink

American mink, a Indigo Premium Unisex Tee

Premium Unisex Tee

$24.99
American mink, a Heavy Metal Premium Unisex Tank

Premium Unisex Tank

$26.99
American mink, a Grey Triblend Women's Slouchy Tank

Women's Slouchy Tank

$27.99
American mink, a Dark Heather Youth Unisex Tee

Youth Unisex Tee

$23.99

Yellow-bellied slider

Yellow-bellied slider, a Turquoise Premium Unisex Tee

Premium Unisex Tee

$24.99
Yellow-bellied slider, a Heavy Metal Premium Unisex Tank

Premium Unisex Tank

$26.99
Yellow-bellied slider, a Grey Triblend Women's Slouchy Tank

Women's Slouchy Tank

$27.99
Yellow-bellied slider, a Indigo Youth Unisex Tee

Youth Unisex Tee

$23.99
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About
The Museum of Life and Science is AZA accredited and dedicated to animal conservation. 

Show love for local wildlife!

The Museum of Life and Science is located on Ellerbe Creek, a tributary of the Neuse River in North Carolina. Ellerbe Creek flows for more than 20 miles, and its watershed (an area of land that channels and filters water) includes Downtown Durham, Duke University, the old Durham landfill, and more. Since 1998, the Ellerbe Creek has been on the list of North Carolina’s most polluted water bodies.

Healthy watersheds reduce erosion, prevent flooding, provide viable habitats for wildlife, and protect our water quality. We are excited to partner with Ellerbe Creek Watershed Association and spread the word about how you can help keep your local watershed clean!
In addition to being located on the Ellerbe Creek, the Museum also features 6-acre wetlands formed from an old rock quarry. Our campus is a safe place for many species of wildlife to call home, and we have enjoyed sharing this land with them. We are also aware that the wetlands contribute to the Ellerbe Creek watershed.

To raise awareness about watershed health, we have created three t-shirt designs featuring animals that have made their way to the Museum and into our hearts.

Ranger Greg, the Museum’s park naturalist, has been monitoring the wildlife in our wetlands for over ten years and blogging his observations. Whether it is the elusive American mink, the sungazing yellow-bellied sliders, or the vivid Eastern bluebirds, Greg has a story to tell. Over the next few weeks, follow along as we learn more about these animals!
We will send 50% of all proceeds from the sale of these designs to the Ellerbe Creek Watershed Association to support their goal of a protected Ellerbe Creek corridor from downtown Durham to Falls Lake, and 50% will support the Museum’s wetlands restoration project, beginning this summer. 

Get your limited-edition wildlife gear today!  

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