Robert Driedonks, museum curator and owner of the Bryce Museum, is living his dream; the dream of leaving a legacy that will continue to educate people about wildlife. He has spent the last 42 years of his life hunting and collecting animals from all over the world to create a museum with exhibits dedicated to preservation, accuracy, and education. Robert admits that since the age of 16 he has known that a wildlife museum would be his destiny. As amazing as the new museum is Robert still has future expansion plans, “There are still several animals that won’t fit.” His future goal is to add 10,000 more square feet to house the total animal collection.”