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Gallery Mondays: Western Tanager by Yu-baba

Over the weekend I came across this beautiful mural in Washington Heights on the iron gate of Marina Dental Center.

Painted by Belarusian artist Yu-baba as part of the Audubon Mural Project, the mural features a gorgeous western tanager, an American songbird, surrounded by leaves and berries. 56 more words

Pop Culture

"...Of inspiration on the humblest lay."

“Most Sweet It Is”

by William Wordsworth

Most sweet it is with unuplifted eyes
To pace the ground, if path be there or none,


While a fair region round the traveler lies… 143 more words

Photography

July Golden Gate Audubon Field Trips

Below is the July 2017 field trip schedule for Golden Gate Audubon Society
For more details on trips go to http://www.goldengateaudubon.org/field-trips/field-trips/

  • San Francisco Botanical Garden Sunday, July 2, 8 — 10:30 a.m. 
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Birds

Warbler Gallery Opening Tonight

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel covered our Warbler Gallery Opening. Go here to read about it, and other things regarding birds in spring.

Secret of the Stripes

Have you ever seen a White-throated Sparrow? White-throated Sparrows spend the winter in forested areas throughout many parts of the the United States in the winter. 504 more words

The Great Backyard Bird Count

Birds are all around us.  They are our own local avian dinosaurs. Their presence, or absence, tells us what’s happening in our environment. Literally, canaries were carried down into coal mines in a cage: the miners’ early warning indicators of a carbon monoxide buildup. 480 more words

Birds