Bombay Natural History Society in Mumbai
Bombay Natural History Society was established in 1883 in the city of Mumbai. It is one of the largest non-governmental organizations in India. This museum preserves the conservations of natural resources, education and forums based on the natural resources. Nearly thirty countries are joined to Bombay Natural History Society. The headquarters of BNHS is in the Hornbill House at Shaheed Bhagat Singh Road of Mumbai. It also studies on wildlife and conservation in India.
Not only this, Bombay Natural History Society also publishes magazines for four months i.e. 'The Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society' and 'Hornbill'. Also, many specimens are donated to the society.
One can also visit this place to see different specimens of insects, butterflies, embalmed reptiles, etc. One can also take membership with the BNHS to know more about natural history of India. After taking membership, one can easily visit the library and attend lectures in BNHS.
How to reach Bombay Natural History Society Museum
It is very easy to reach BNHS. One can take taxi or bus to reach this place. Also, with the help of Train, one can reach here. BNHS is not public, so it is very important for one to take the permission before entering BNHS museum.