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 (ô′də-bŏn′, -bən), John James 1785-1851.
Haitian-born American ornithologist and artist whose engravings, collected in volumes such as The Birds of America (1827-1838), are noted for their naturalistic detail and artistic sensibility.
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(Biography) John James. 1785–1851, US naturalist and artist, noted particularly for his paintings of birds in Birds of America (1827–38)
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(ˈɔ dəˌbɒn, -bən)

John James, 1785–1851, U.S. naturalist who painted and wrote about the birds of North America.
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[ˈɔːdəbɒn] N the Audubon Society (US) sociedad para la conservación de la naturalezaICONA m, ADENA f
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Audubon, on the littl smelling powers of carrion-hawks, I tried in the above mentioned garden the following experiment: the condor were tied, each by a rope, in a long row at the bottom of wall; and having folded up a piece of meat in white paper, walked backwards and forwards, carrying it in my hand a the distance of about three yards from them, but no notic whatever was taken.
yet there are upland geese with webbed feet which rarely or never go near the water; and no one except Audubon has seen the frigate-bird, which has all its four toes webbed, alight on the surface of the sea.
Josephine made a lasting impression on Audubon. The Zoo's logo continued to be a stylized whooping crane many years after Josephine had passed on.
IN 1896 Harriet Lawrence Hemenway, a wealthy, fashionable woman of Boston high society, launched a campaign for bird protection that would serve as the foundation for the modern National Audubon Society.
The picture, by 15-year-old Katy Read of Kenton in Newcastle, won the under-18s 'Naturally Funny' section of the competition, run by the Audubon Community Nature Center in New York State.
There are Audubon conservation organisations throughout the US and a National Audubon Society.
Join the Prairie Woods Audubon at the Wildbird Shack, 854 E.
In 2016, NH Audubon hired Doug Bechtel as president.
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It's the first calf conceived at the Species Survival Center created by the Audubon Nature Institute and San Diego Zoo Global.
Readers of all ages will enjoy Audubon: On the Wings of the World, a colorful graphic novel biography of French-American ornithologist, naturalist and painter John James Audubon (17851851).