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See the latest birds to join the Audubon Mural Project

Updated: May 11, 2021

Fox Sparrow by ESPY.

The pandemic pressed the pause button on a lot of things, but not the Audubon Mural Project.

Over the last year the public art project by The National Audubon Society and Gitler & _ Gallery has continued commissioning artists to paint murals of birds threatened by climate change in naturalist John James Audubon's old uptown neighborhood.

While the public tours are on hiatus due to the pandemic, the murals and their locations are listed alphabetically by bird species on the Audubon website (there's also a printable map that hasn't been updated for a while).

Trumpeter Swan by Carlos Pinto and John Sear.

Here's a list of new murals to find, from south to north:

Gray Hawk by Marthalicia Matarrita

500 W 135th St and Amsterdam Ave

Whiskered Screech-Owl by Snoeman

3631 Broadway between W 149th and W 150th Sts

Canada Goose by Snoeman

3868 Broadway between W 161st and W 162nd Sts

Canada Goose by Snoeman.

Northern Parula, Blue-Headed Vireo and Pine Siskin by BlusterOne

3898 Broadway and W 163rd St

Trumpeter Swan by Carlos Pinto and John Sear

601 W 163rd St and Broadway

Bohemian Waxwing and Fox Sparrow by ESPY

511 W 182nd St between Amsterdam and Audubon Aves

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