The Audubon Mural Project is a great project to help raise awareness for endangered and climate-threatened species of birds by painting massive colorful murals throughout founder John James Audubon's old Manhattan neighborhood of Washington Heights.
It’s a depiction of urgency, showing 12 bird species under threat of extinction due to climate change. The composition plays homage to Audubon's work by replicating his Swallow-Tailed Kite painting that encapsulates the flock of endangered birds.
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