A day (or night) at the Museum

Posted: December 10, 2020 in Uncategorized

The new Western Australian Museum is the talk of the town in Perth at the moment, but this week I visited a much smaller museum in Guildford.

The Museum of Natural History and the Academy of Taxidermy is a fascinating experience. Michael Buzza has been doing taxidermy for more than 40 years, but it is his passion to protect our planet that really brings the place to life.

Michael and his wife Lara, are fascinated by the natural world, so Michael takes every opportunity he can to restore dead animals to a condition where they appear to be alive. This process enables the public to see wildlife, and even endangered creatures, and learn about how they died and what they can do to protect them in the future.

It was a privilege to meet Michael and Lara and visit their museum. Check out this week’s video and share it with your friends. It’s a great place to take the children and grandchildren during the upcoming holidays.

To see earlier Inspire Newscasts check out my YouTube channel.

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