Campbell Museum of Natural History

Campbell MuseumThe vertebrate collection is located in the Bob and Betsy Campbell Museum of Natural History. It maintains an extensive collection including representatives of 80 percent of the families of birds of the world.

The collection is available for use in teaching and research. There is a classroom area, two vertebrate storage areas, one for dry and another for wet storage. The dry storage area holds 4,000 mammals, 7,000 birds, and 5,000 egg clutches. The wet storage has 2,500 reptiles and amphibians, as well as 7,000 jars of fish. Mr. Stanlee Miller (email: smmll@clemson.edu; telephone: 656-3456) is the curator in charge of the vertebrate collection.

Herbarium. The Herbarium is located in the Bob and Betsy Campbell Museum of Natural History. It maintains an excellent collection of local, regional and worldwide floras. Ms. Dixie Damrel (email: ddamrel@clemson.edu; telephone: 656-3456) is the curator in charge of the herbarium.