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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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Tale of Time" and Audubon, two of Warren's most ambitious and connected "imaginative enactments," are efforts to find an inclusive identity that reconciles the relation of the differentiated, individual identity and the unified, collective identity ("Why" 61).
In becoming a corporate sponsor, Linne Industries executives have made their support for Audubon International publicly known, demonstrating their commitment to sustainable solutions for improving water quality and enhancing critical wildlife habitat.
This year, Audubon will award 20 Toyota TogetherGreen fellowships to promising and proven individuals to help them advance their environmental work and leadership skills.
But Mass Audubon doesn't allow hunting on its land and that has hurt its credibility in the eyes of biologists observing severe damage on their sanctuaries from deer overpopulation.
He was the illegitimate son of Lieutenant Jean Audubon, a French naval officer (and privateer), and his mistress Jeanne Rabin, a chambermaid recently arrived from France.
While population shifts among individual bird species may be common, Audubon scientists say the ongoing trend of movement by some 177 species in recent years reveals an undeniable link to climate change.
The orangutans' venue is the former home of Audubon Zoo's two female Asian elephants, who will be moving to their new habitat in 2016.
Lamster said that's why Lane County Audubon Society is opposing the proposed construction of a highway through a portion of the West Eugene Wetlands.
Now the copy held by Liverpool Central Library, is about to go on show for a four month exhibition celebrating Audubon.
But once Audubon brought these three diffident personae into alignment, he became a prodigy, and the creator of America's greatest work of graphic art, The Birds of America (1827-1838).
As a child, Audubon could have hardly imagined this fate, as he was the bastard child of a French naval officer and a chambermaid.
The fascination and acknowledgement of Audubon and his accomplishments have been long-standing and continuous.
Audubon Arkansas was established in 2000, primarily through a $450,000 grant from the Winthrop Rockefeller Charitable Trust.
President Bush has signed into law a bill funding a whooping crane breeding facility at the Audubon Nature Institute's Center for Research of Endangered Species in New Orleans.
THE JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2002 LAWRENCE SUMMERS MEMORIAL AWARD* Goes to Audubon International, an enterprise not affiliated with the environmental group, the National Audubon Society.