VIDEO: Up Close With Perkins Wildlife Center at CMNH

In a brilliant re-imagining of their primo location on Wade Oval, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History has created an outdoor cornucopia of wildlife, foliage, birds and interactive exhibits guaranteed to bring a smile to the face of young, old and in between.

The Perkins Wildlife Center & Woods Garden features a fully immersive experience where visitors walk below the waterline teeming with fish, turtles and otters, stare face to face with packs of coyotes, and find themselves nose to beak with our regional outdoor rock stars, the Peregrine Falcon.

CoolCleveland spoke with Harvey Webster, director of wildlife resources as he showed us around the unique and interactive views and exhibits representing Ohio’s rich biodiversity.

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