Audubon


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United States ornithologist and artist (born in Haiti) noted for his paintings of birds of America (1785-1851)

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Audubon craves the legitimacy of the scientific establishment, yet bristles against certain conventions of natural history.
But the book quietly makes the case in defense of Audubon -- his was a different era with different standards, to be sure, but moreover, his paintings really did help to impart an appreciation for wildlife in America, particularly with regard to birds.
Audubon International is a nonprofit organization that delivers high-quality environmental education and facilitates the sustainable management of land, water, wildlife, and other natural resources around the world.
During his trip down the Mississippi River, Audubon was eager to stop at the Arkansas Post in eastern Arkansas to arrange an expedition up the Arkansas River.
2) The National Associations of Audubon Societies--founded in 1905 to safeguard North American birds--played a crucial role at the time in the protection of egrets and other birds from plume hunting and other forms of threat.
Years later, in a 1970 interview given soon after the publication of Audubon, he described poetry's purpose not as justification for existing beliefs, but as an exploration and discovery of the developing self:
And the Boreal Chickadee suffers from deforestation caused by excessive logging, drilling and mining, according to Audubon.
In its recent Action Alert trying to influence legislation, Mass Audubon came out aggressively opposing state Rep.
John James Audubon (Jean-Jacques Audubon) was a French-American ornithologist, naturalist, hunter, and painter.
Green Mountain Digital, a US-based digital media publisher, has launched three new field guides in their Audubon Guide Series.
JOHN JAMES AUDUBON, author of The Birds of America and patron saint of American wildlife, was, to tell the truth, an awful writer.
According to a new report by the nonprofit National Audubon Society, nearly 60% of the 305 species of birds found in North America are on the move--shifting their ranges northward by an average of 35 miles--as a result of global warming.
Heitman draws from a rich variety of sources--including Audubon's own extensive journals, more recent Audubon scholarship, and Robert Penn Warren's poetry--to create a stimulating excursion across time, linking the historical man Audubon to the present-day civic and cultural icon.
In association with the National Audubon Society, this unique limited edition is dedicated to its esteemed mission to conserve the world's natural ecosystems.
The American Museum of Natural History's Audubon Gallery has been refurbished and reopened, providing a setting almost as stunningly dramatic as the art on display.