AudubonMuralProject

IN new york,
UNITED STATES

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The Audubon Mural Project is a public art project in Harlem, United States, that paints murals of birds threatened by climate change on city walls. It is inspired by the 19th century illustrations of North American birds by French-American naturalist Jean-Jacques Audubon.

Born of a collaboration between the National Audubon Society and the Gitler Gallery, the project quickly attracted public and press attention and spread throughout New York City and many other American cities.

LesOiseauxMenacés

« En france, entre 1989 et 2018, l’abondance des oiseaux communs a diminué de 23 % »

Rapport de l’UICN 2019

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The national bird protection
league

The Ligue pour la protection des oiseaux (LPO) is a French environmental protection association founded in 1912. The LPO acts for the biodiversity by the knowledge and the protection of the species; the development and the preservation of spaces; the sensitization and the mobilization of the citizens; the accompaniment of the companies and the communities.

With more than a century of commitment and a network of local associations active throughout the country, the LPO is now the leading association for the protection of nature in France. The LPO counts more than 60 000 members and more than 8 000 volunteers, join them!