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Wonderful painter of birds

Are you interested in drawing? John James Audubon's passion for painting birds inspired others to do the same. Today, thanks to him there is more awareness on the study of birds. Some of you maybe interested in wildlife, especially birds. If so, maybe you ... The Hindu, 2 months ago

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Solstice Celebration sheds light on ecological problems

Notebaert's summer solstice event includes extinct birds exhibit, John James Audubon re-enactment The summer solstice traditionally celebrates the warmth and bounty of the season on the longest day of the year. But the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum ...
 Chicago Tribune2 months ago
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A Kerfuffle Over Species Collection

Collectors helped drive the great auk to extinction. Painting by John James Audubon/University of Pittsburgh A recent New York Times article reported that up to 18,000 species around the globe are discovered by scientists every year. That ...
 Slate Magazine2 months ago

Columbus McKinnon Introduces the Ultimate Rigging Resource

Columbus McKinnon Corp. 140 John James Audubon Pkwy Amherst, NY, 14228 USA Press release date: August 19, 2014 New CM Chain and Rigging Attachments Catalog Now Available AMHERST, N.Y. Material handling ...
 ThomasNet1 week ago Niagara Cutter to Show Latest Rotating Carbide Tools for Specific Operations at IMTS  ThomasNet1 month ago Latest Rotating Carbide Tools  Manufacturing News Web4 weeks ago

Actress Kelly Brengelman to portray wife of famed naturalist

Marrying a flamboyant Frenchman, she found it was not easy being the wife of John James Audubon, the famed naturalist, artist and author of Birds in America.Her romance, marriage
 Big News Network1 month ago

A Centenary for the Last Passenger Pigeon (Op-Ed)

Steve Zack, Wildlife Conservation Society Date: 30 August 2014 Time: 12:24 PM ET 19th-century American painter John James Audubon "was struck with amazement" at the darkened skies caused by the passenger pigeon. The man who would ...
 LiveScience.com13 hours ago For passenger pigeons, flight from abundance to extinction was short  HispanicBusiness.com22 hours ago Fate of Passenger Pigeon 100 Years Ago Looms as a Somber Warning  AlterNet.org1 day ago 100 years later, the passenger pigeon still haunts us  Mother Nature Network3 days ago

Remembering Martha, the bird that blocked the sun

Martha symbolizes the ecological price North America paid for its development. Photo: Courtesy Wikimedia Commons 100 years of the last passenger pigeon It was 1813, when John James Audubon , the renowned American bird painter who created The ...
 Livemint.com22 hours ago

USGA Announces Groupings and Starting Times for 34th U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship

The United States Golf Association (USGA) today announced groupings and starting times for the first two rounds of the 2014 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship, Saturday (Sept. 6) and Sunday (Sept. 7), at the 7,091-yard, par-71 Saucon Valley Country Club ...
 Digital Journal1 day ago

Sotheby's and eBay partnership signals booming online art market

The collaboration will enable collectors to bid on world-class art from the comfort of their own home or on the go with their smartphones When we think of art, what comes to mind? Monet's spectacular water lilies? Michelangelo's heroic ...
 Spear's3 days ago Sotheby's auction totals up but private sales fall  Antiques Trade Gazette1 week ago Sotheby's partners with eBay to sell art, collectibles online  Times of India1 month ago Easier to buy works of fine art online  Arab Times1 month ago

There's a post-Katrina joie de vivre in New Orleans

In a traditional New Orleans jazz funeral, mourners follow a brass band playing dirges. When they leave the cemetery, the music changes tempo — "Oh, when the saints go marchin' in" — and everyone dances, celebrating the deceased and the gift of ...
 Los Angeles Times1 week ago
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