David Ellingsen
White Lined Sphinx, Hyles lineata
2011
Pigment ink on cotton rag
17” x 13”

Beaty Biodiversity Museum
Passenger pigeon, Ectopistes migratorius

Photograph by Ian Lane

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David Ellingsen
White Lined Sphinx, Hyles lineata
2011
Pigment ink on cotton rag
17” x 13”

Beaty Biodiversity Museum
Passenger pigeon, Ectopistes migratorius

Photograph by Ian Lane

The Beaty Biodiversity Museum

The Beaty Biodiversity Museum is at 2212 Main Mall on the University of British Columbia campus. Dubbed the “Best Collection of Weird Things in Drawers,” this natural history museum exhibits more than 2 million specimens divided among six collections: the Cowan Tetrapod Collection, the Herbarium, the Spencer Entomological Collection, the Fish Collection, the Marine Invertebrate Collection, and the Fossil Collection. The museum is home to Canada’s largest blue whale skeleton, which is suspended in the two-storey glass atrium.

Note: gallery hours are subject to change, please call to verify hours before visiting

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