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"Be sure to find the tower at the grave of Audubon Society founder George Bird Grinnell."
Audubon SocietyAudubon Society · August 5, 2011
Friedhof
· Bronx, USA
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"Did you know that Audubon Expedition Institute once offered high school, BA, & MA degrees? Audubon would combine a hands-on outdoor education with academics at Lesley University."
Audubon SocietyAudubon Society · August 5, 2011
Unterrichtsraum
· Cambridge, USA
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"In 1832 John James Audubon visited the Florida Keys, documenting 18 new birds for "Birds of America." Stop by the Audubon House garden, where it is believed many of those drawings were conceived!"
Audubon SocietyAudubon Society · July 26, 2011
Garten
· Key West, USA
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"John James Audubon lived at 86 White St before moving to 155th and Broadway (now known as Audubon Terrace). Audubon felt too cramped downtown, and at that time, 155th St was a virtual wilderness."
Audubon SocietyAudubon Society · July 25, 2011
Zuhause (privat)
· New York City, USA
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"In spring 2013, the Society will create an unprecedented display of all 474 original watercolors from John James Audubon's "The Birds of America." For now, check out a rotating display of his work."
Audubon SocietyAudubon Society · July 25, 2011
Geschichtsmuseum
· New York City, USA
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"Stop by the Oakley House, where John James Audubon once taught drawing. Take a walk down the Cardinal and Mason Trails where you can hear some of the same species Audubon documented in 1821."
Audubon SocietyAudubon Society · July 25, 2011
Park
· Saint Francisville, USA