BIRDS OF NORTH AMERICA

This series of mixed-media miniature drawings celebrates the amazing feathered creatures that currently reside on our continent. I have represented two characteristic individuals of each species, a male and a female. Two-thirds of North American birds are currently at risk of extinction due to a widespread ecological crisis and climate change.

Horned Grebe (f)
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Horned Grebe (m)
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American Oystercatcher (f)
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American Oystercatcher (m)
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Osprey (f)
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Osprey (m)
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Glossy Ibis (M)
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Glossy Ibis (f)
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Common Grackle (M)
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Common Grackle (F)
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Canada Goose (M)
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Canada Goose (F)
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Herring Gull (M)
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Herring Gull (F)
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America Coot (M)
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American Coot (F)
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Barn Owl (M)
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Barn Owl (F)
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Whip-poor-will (F)
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Whip-poor-will (M)
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Northern Saw-whet Owl (F)
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Northern Saw-whet Owl (M)
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Wild Turkey (M)
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Wild Turkey (F)
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Mute Swan (M)
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Mute Swan (F)
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Double-crested Cormorant (M)
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Double-crested Cormorant (F)
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