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Mahlija Florendo is an Indigenous Artist painting and handcrafting pieces based on her traditional homelands rooted in the Indigenous Tribes of Northern California and Oregon. Her work inspired by the Indigenous people and their fight for Indigenous Sovereignty, including social justice and the environment.
Ryan Moritz is a composer and filmmaker, enthusiastic citizen scientist, and lover of birds. His recent work focuses on birds, and the importance of biodiversity to ecological and planetary health. In 2019 he was commissioned by the New York City Audubon Society to create Important Bird Opera.
Join us in celebrating Pride Month this June! We commissioned artwork from Greg Kozatek, an NYC-based designer and founder of the InQueery, who was inspired by the rainbow of colors found in the Purple Gallinule. This striking, conically-billed and long-legged marsh bird can be found foraging along freshwater edges.
Pam Morrice remembers the first week of 1985, when the North American Rare Bird Alert, or NARBA, got off to a great start. On its second day in business, the new rare-bird news service was contacted about a Eurasian bean goose seen at Nebraska’s DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge. NARBA issued one of its first alerts, birders across the country mobilized to go see the goose, and the New York Times reported the event in a roundup of national news. Birding – and this fledgling service – were on the map.
Meet the artist behind our Finch Research Network collection. Jada Fitch is an illustrator living in Addison, Maine. Her work can be found everywhere from bookshops to nature trails. She frequently works with Maine Audubon, Liberty Graphics, park foundations, publishers and magazines.