Artwork of John J Audubon - Birds of America
"Bird's of North America", by John James Audubon,
is considered to be among the finest ornithological works
Originally printed in the early 1800s, Audubon's illustrations
are appreciated and recognized by generations of Americans.
Roseate Spoonbill by John J Audubon
can be seen in the Roseate Spoonbill example above, John Audubon's
realistic renderings were usually in the context of the habitat
of the birds. To complete his study of America's birds, Audubon
traveled across the United States. At one point, he visited
the Florida Keys, Key West, and the Dry Tortugas - where he
created many famous drawings of birds he observed.
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