Say Hello to My Little Friend

December 8, 2016 at 11:48 pm Leave a comment


I’d like to introduce you to someone special. He’s an important part of the Fernbank Team and works hard to help the Museum fulfill its mission.

Say hello to one of our leopard geckos, “Prince Charming.”  As one of our Animal Ambassadors, Prince Charming participates in animal encounters, educational programs and he’s pretty darn cute.

A gift to The Annual Fund would support Prince Charming and his fellow Animal Ambassadors do more for the Museum and our community.

  • $10 helps Prince Charming reach up to 1,000 students, teaching them about animal habitats, ecosystems and reptile characteristics.
  • $20 provides one week’s worth of food, keeping Prince Charming properly fueled up to teach visitors about habitats, ecosystems, native animals and animal taxonomy.
  • $30 maintains Prince Charming’s habitat at Fernbank and supplies his food for two months.

Make  a gift online today!

Give confidently! Fernbank Museum holds a 4-star rating (the highest rating awarded to nonprofits) from Charity Navigator, the nation’s largest charity evaluator.


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And the winner is… Cheers to 2017

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At Fernbank Museum, there’s much more than dinosaurs and giant-screen films. Even with our website, e-newsletters, Facebook pages and Twitter updates, there’s still a lot we’d like to share with you. This blog is an opportunity for the people that keep Fernbank running and constantly expanding, to share stories from their point of view. We hope you’ll enjoy these first-hand, behind-the-scenes glimpses of what goes into keeping a world-class natural history museum running. As always, we’d love to hear your feedback on these stories, to hear your personal experiences and hear any suggestions for topics. Happy reading!

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