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The Werner Wildlife Museum is home to a wide collection birds in the Western part of the world. It is where you can find rare antelope that is pronghorn, several diorama and other mounted samples of wildlife that is all native. It was made by Herman Werner way back in 1964 to serve as home to his own collection of personal trophies. He donated the building along with its collections to Casper College by 1970.

The main focus of the museum is to house various animal species coming from all around the globe. It would take just a brief walk from the campus of Casper College. It is made open and free for anyone to visit. For big groups, tours can also be scheduled for appointment.
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