Wildlife Museum

dead animal heads mounted on the wall of the wildlife museum
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Visit the SUNY Morrisville Wildlife Museum, located in Bicknell Hall, to view a unique collection of more than 60 North American and African big game mammals. Also displayed in theme rooms, representing these two continents, are various objects of African art, ivory and tribal objects, and soapstone carvings. 

In addition to the collections of big-game hunters Maurice (Mokay) Ireland and H. Thornton Hildebrandt, the museum displays bird and egg specimens from the Frederick Manchester collection, the Marian Munson/William Coppolla butterfly collection, and other specimens donated by generous benefactors.

The museum is open to the public by appointment. If you would like to schedule a visit, please call the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources at 315.684.6083.