John James Audubon

NOUN
  1. United States ornithologist and artist (born in Haiti) noted for his paintings of birds of America (1785-1851)
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  • New Madrid (winner of the Wallflower award, imho a duff choice) narrates John James Audubon’s account of the 1812 New Madrid earthquake which altered the flow of the Mississippi river, over footage of landscape and submerged trees: beautiful and meditative, but also somnolescent. January « 2009 « Squares of Wheat
  • The great nature painter John James Audubon agreed.
  • U.S. bird expert John James Audubon marked some brown and yellow birds known as phoebes in 1803 with silver wire.
  • With his aquiline profile, unfashionable dress, strange accent and flowing locks of chestnut-brown hair, John James Audubon must have drawn curious stares from onlookers.
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