Thanks for visiting!

This project is now in update mode. Check back regularly to see how things are progressing.

A Home for Auburn's Dinosaur Egg

Raised toward our $15,000 Goal
195 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on February 21, at 11:59 PM CST
Project Owners

Thank you!

February 22, 2017

195 people donated over $10,000 to help the Auburn University Museum of Natural History create a state-of-the-art display for Auburn's dinosaur egg. Thank you for your support and donation! While we did not reach our goal, we will be able to afford everything we need to provide the oldest member of the Auburn Family a suitable home. We will still be actively seeking funds so we can provide maintenance, research, and some fun additions. 

We are looking forward to keeping you updated on our progress as we prepare the display. We hope to have an unveiling ceremony and will send you information as we have plans in place. 

Thank you again, and War Eagle!

We're halfway there!

February 21, 2017

We have secured half of the funds we need to provide a proper display for Auburn's dinosaur egg! There are 7 hours left to make our goal.  Thank you to our donors who have helped us get this far. If you haven't given yet, there is still time. Please help us continue to get the word out by liking our event on Facebook and sharing our project. Thank you for your support! 

Happy Tiger Giving Day!

February 21, 2017

It's finally here! Happy Tiger Giving Day! Today is going to be an exciting day as the Auburn Family comes together to ensure projects that will add value to the lives of our students, faculty, community, and the world are funded and implemented. Thank you for visiting our page and making a gift.  You are "egg"ceptional!  Please help us spread the word to others, and keep up with our progress throughout the day, by joining our Facebook event and sharing it with your friends. Thank you, and War Eagle!

Choose a giving level



The late Triassic period brought the evolution of dinosaurs and the first mammals.



The Jurassic period is a time known for an increase in the numbers and diversity of dinosaurs.



During the Cretaceous period, dinosaurs, especially duck-billed dinosaurs like our egg, were the dominant group of land animals.