The Museum for Obeast Conservation Studies was founded in 2010 as an organization for the historical and scientific study of the endangered North American Obeast. Given their reclusive natures and dwindling numbers, little is known about this genus of bipedal mammals, which was hunted to near extinction during the 19th century.

MOCS’ programming includes traveling educational exhibitions that showcase the museum’s growing collection and open the dialog about the organization’s mission to educate the public about the obeast’s past, present, and future. For information about future exhibits you can become a MOCS member for free.