We looked inside some of the tweets by @NatGeoMuseum and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Sandra Elvin has led several expeditions from spotting polar bears to finding snow leopards. Today on #EverestDay you can hear how she helped organize the most comprehensive scientific expedition to Everest in history. See you at 2PM ET! #ExplorerClassroom https://t.co/MLTFwBkhne https://t.co/rs6MtSE515
The Library hoped to celebrate the Biggest Week In American Birding with our great @NatGeo exhibit of Stephen Wilkes' stunning photographs of bird migrations. You can still enjoy some of the images here. 🐦#BiggestWeekinAmericanBirding (1/2) https://t.co/pWynDe9qXb
Even though you can't visit National Geographic: 50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs right now, you can peek at some of the photographs and hear stories about them in a beautiful video from @wqed. #MuseumFromHome https://t.co/Y4Rim6NYfu
The 50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs exhibition now on display at @carnegiemnh may be temporarily closed but check out some of the beautiful photographs by tuning in to this awesome segment from @wqed. #InternationalMuseumDay https://t.co/KBU6MHbAXH
Did you know that we have traveling exhibitions all around the world? This #InternationalMuseumDay we look forward to being able to gather at our favorite institutions soon! Pictured here, Colors of the World is scheduled to open June 5 at @biospheremtl. https://t.co/DOvmapP3tN https://t.co/WEcl5cfDxv
Tune in to @NatGeoLive this Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. to hear from Egyptologist, @KaraCooney. We worked closely with Kara when our "Queens of Egypt" exhibition was on display last year and she's incredible. You won't want to miss it! https://t.co/2u3VMKjo5S