Darwin Days Lecture Series

Darwin Days Lecture Series
The Museum of Natural and Cultural History's annual Darwin Days Lecture Series is held in February at the University of Oregon. As part of the international celebration of the birth of Charles Darwin, the series brings notable scholars from around the country to present on topics in evolution, ecology, and related fields.

We invite you to be part of our Darwin Days celebration, either by attending a lecture in person or by viewing the lectures in the video archive below.


The 2014 Series:  Intimate Relationships – Environment, Climate, and Evolution

Sex and the Single Sloth: A Darwinian Valentine
Greg McDonald
National Park Service’s Senior Curator of Natural History
February 14

Wolves in Oregon - History, Ecology, Conservation, Coexistence
Dr. Cristina Eisenberg
College of Forestry at Oregon State University
February 26