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Davies, Hazel, 1968-




Hazel Davies, Associate Director of Living Exhibits, Exhibition Department, American Museum of Natural History.

Biographical Note

Hazel Davies started at the Museum in the Department of Education in 1995. She has worked with the Exhibition Department on The Butterfly Conservatory: Tropical Butterflies Alive in Winter since it first opened in 1998. Since 2005, Davies’ job has expanded to include all live-animal exhibits at the Museum. She has worked on many exhibitions, including: The Power of Poison; Creatures of Light: Nature’s Bioluminescence; Frogs: A Chorus of Colors; Lizards and Snakes: Alive!; Extreme Mammals: The Biggest, Smallest, and Most Amazing Mammals of All Time; Water: H2O = Life; Darwin; and Traveling the Silk Road: Ancient Pathway to the Modern World. Davies is the author of The Exquisite Butterfly Companion: The Science and Beauty of 100 Butterflies (Sterling Signature, 2011) and Inside Butterflies (Sterling Publishing, 2011). She co-authored Do Butterflies Bite?: Fascinating Answers to Questions About Butterflies and Moths (Rutgers University Press, 2008). (Description from AMNH Press Release, "Spiders Alive! Biographies", July 2014.)

Library of Congress Name Authority File: n2007050694

American Museum of Natural History Press Release, July 2014. Departmental Records, 101; American Museum of Natural History Library Archives.


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Export and production files, 2009

Identifier: MA.2021.003.02
Scope and Contents The 2009 Archive contains material relative to the production of the following film projects: An Extreme Extreme Mammals / Extreme Mammals at AMNH-Sugar Gliders / AMNH Partners With National Park Service / Directing 'Journey to the Stars' / Finding Leeches in Rwanda / [John Flynn expedition to Peru] / Rare Spider Silk on Exhibit at AMNH / [Museum Facade-77th Street] / Sleepover - b roll / Feeding the Frogs / Live Butterflies Celebrate 12th Year at AMNH / The Butterfly...
Dates: 2009