Natural History Exhibits

Boyd Hill, Watershed, & Live Animal Viewing Area

Boyd Hill Nature Preserve Boyd Hill Nature Preserve is a beautiful natural park in the midst of densely populated St. Petersburg, FL. Watershed Nature center staff wanted to educate visitors on ways to be good stewards of the large lake it surrounds. Opening a flip door with an image of a bad habit reveals text […]

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Boyd Hill

  A 12’ articulated alligator skeleton needs better interpretive information.  In addition to researching, writing, and finding a swatch of alligator skin to touch, MAM Exhibit Design recycled plywood panels used by another museum for the reading rail structure.

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Suncoast Youth Conservation Center

This environmental education center is located on a piece of reclaimed waterfront property on Tampa Bay.  The center’s mission is to educate young people in proper environmental stewardship.  Staff-led hands on demonstrations augment messages at the center.  MAM Exhibit Design partnered with Frina Design to concept and produce the exhibits.

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Counting on Fish, St. Petersburg, FL

The exhibit wrapped a tank full of Gulf of Mexico fish. Flip doors posed and answered questions about the physical characteristics of the fish. Three drawers in a Discovery cube provided manipulative activities for three levels of learners. A touch screen interactive provided encyclopedic information about conservation, ethical angling and marine research in the Tampa […]

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Planet Water, St. Petersburg, FL

Planet Water is a concepted exhibit, ready to fabricate.  The exhibit contains films describing the numerous water sources in the Florida ecosystem, a home water use app that captures e-mails of users to send further water conservation tips, information on how coastal flooding might impact your home and a fun, fast paced game of removing […]

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