Mann Wildlife and Learning Museum, a 28,000 square foot facility with more than 270 displays, is located adjacent to the Montgomery Zoo in Montgomery, Alabama. Surrounded by the flora and wildlife of the Zoo, the Mann Wildlife Learning Museum is like no other museum in the world and includes displays like no other museum. The collection consists of the entire family of North American Deer, Bear, Skunk and more. The museum displays combine multi-species and other elements, providing the guest with a thorough view of the species as it would be found in it's native environment. The Education/Seminar Room can seat more than 200 people. It contains a 6 foot TV screen with digital surround sound. The room is available for seminars, meeting, banquets and more. Plan your next event at the Mann Wildlife Learning Museum and see what a difference your surroundings can make.
All the Deer Family of North America in Life Activity Scenes.
All the Bear family of North America in Life Activity Scenes (Polar, Grizzly, Brown, Black).
All the Skunk species of North America.
All the Quail species of North America.
All the Grouse species of North America.
The Wild Turkey Species of North America.
All the Pheasant species introduced to North America.
The Foxes of North America.
The Cats of North America.
Mountain Mammals from north America.
Mammals from the Plains of North America.
A danger section showing what could be harmful to children (Poisonous insects, venomous reptiles, toxic plants and things that bite).
Fresh water game fish of Alabama
Saltwater game fish of the Gulf of Mexico.
Anadromous game fish of Southeast Alaska. (Anadromous: Fish that live in saltwater but return to freshwater to spawn. For example: Salmon, Trout and Char).
Waterfowl of Kodiak Island, Alaska.
North American Waterfowl.
Authentic fossils of Saber tooth Tiger, Mastodon tusk and bones, Wooly Mammoth tusks that are 80,000 years old, whale bones that are 3,300 years old, a mold of a dire wolf head that is 40,000 years old which was made from an actual skull, a 163 million year old mussel fossil, 200 year old traps and many other artifacts.
Current and past items from native North American tribes and nations across North America.
Many other interesting displays such as interactive tough-and-feel displays for children.