About the Natural History Collection
The mission of the Angelo State Natural History Collections is to:
- Provide a permanent, well-maintained, active reference collection of the world with an emphasis on the flora and fauna of the Concho Valley and surrounding areas.
- Provide a learning laboratory for ASU students to facilitate and encourage research and education.
- Promote awareness, understanding and appreciation of global biodiversity.
- Contribute specimens and data for study by research scientists around the world.
The ASNHC accepts specimen donations with accompanying data (date, locality) and all relevant permits and other regulatory paperwork, at the discretion of the curators. Please contact the Collections Manager with questions or for more information.
Please note, we are not a wildlife rehabilitation resource and are unable to help with living animals.
Professor, C. J. “Red” Davidson University Professor of Biology, Curator of Genomic Resources Collection, Angelo State Natural History Collections
Associate Professor/Department Chair, Curator, Collection of Herpetology, Angelo State Natural History Collections
Associate Professor, Curator, Collection of Ornithology, Angelo State Natural History Collections
About The Concho Valley
Read about the region where many of the Angelo State Natural History Collections specimens are gathered.