The Natural History Library is a repository for all information related to Bermuda’s biodiversity, ecology, habitats and species. Books, journals, scientific papers, and newspaper stories relevant to Bermuda are published on a daily basis. It is the library’s role to capture this information, store and make it available to the public.
The library also manages the Bermuda Biodiversity Project database. This database contains references to both published and unpublished scientific papers and report that either reference Bermuda or are scientifically linked to Bermuda. The database has over 5,000 records and it grows each year.
Visit the On-Line Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) to search the libraries catalogues.
Natural History Library hours of operation
Monday to Thursday: 8.00 am - 4.00 pm
Friday: By prior arrangement.
Appointments can be made during these time periods—call ahead. (441) 293-2727
The library is located at the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo (BAMZ), above the Natural History Museum.