The Biology Museum at the University of Northern Colorado has collections for birds, mammals, herps, fish and invertabrates. For more information about the museum, please contact one of the museum curators:
Our collection includes approximately 1700 specimens. Most are species native to Colorado, but the collection also houses some specimens from around the world, including over 550 hummingbird skins collected prior to 1907.
Our collection includes approximately 1700 specimens, the majority of which are reptiles. Snakes of the Rocky Mountain West are especially well-represented.
Osteichthyes & Chondrichthys Collections
We have a teaching collection of Colorado fishes.
Our mollusk shell collection includes over 800 lots with global diversity. Other invertebrates are represented in our teaching collection.