This exhibit explores our relationship to nature. Half of it consists of taxidermied animals starkly displayed against white or black backgrounds. They are well known — heron, wolf, elk — even if seldom actually encountered in nature. Rather than labels giving details about them, they had anecdotes of a person’s encounter with one — tugging on the fur of a supposedly dead bear, having one’s hat snatched by an owl. The other section dealt with broader, more environmental subjects, like daylighting lost streams. They had drawers to pull out, each dealing with a separate topic, with stuffed birds looming over you. So intriguing.