Visiting researcher Dr. Robert Bossenecker recently discovered a new species of prehistoric seal in the Burke’s paleontology collection.
Thousands of native Northwest plants are going in on the north, west and south sides of the New Burke.
The New Burke is coming together, with gorgeous skylights illuminating progress on the interior of the building.
The “Pocket Bats!” outreach program uses augmented reality to allow people to hold replicas of bat skulls in the palm of their hand.
Tribal elders from across Washington offered a cedar brushing ceremony to acknowledge the commitment of the Burke community during the move to the new facility.
Archaeologist Chris Yamamoto visits the Burke to view artifacts found in the Japanese Gulch.
Christian Sidor is returning to Antarctica to explore the Shackleton Glacier area, one of the first places where vertebrates were found in abundance.
Visiting researcher Tyson Simmons teamed up with the Bill Holm Center to host a tool-making workshop.
The Bill Holm Center recently brought museum objects and shared object-handling knowledge at a two-day basketry workshop.
Visiting researcher Sara ElShafie looks at the effects of climate change on prehistoric reptiles.
The New Burke building is now fully enclosed (just in time for the rain!) and the power is on.
Burke researchers learn more about the Burke’s Balinese “jukung” outrigger canoe.