Audubon Mural Project

Wild Turkey by N. Soala

Location: 3629 Broadway, New York, NY 10031

Painted: 11/25/2014

Climate Threat: This bird is already moving northward—and thanks to climate change, it may have to move faster. The Wild Turkey may lose 87 percent of its current winter range by 2080. Learn more about how climate change threatens this bird.

About the Artist: N. Soala cut his teeth in the capital of weird, Tucson, Arizona, and strengthened and solidified in the capital of capitals, New York, New York. N. Soala seeks to create an orderly visual diagnosis of chaotic city life. Follow him on Instagram.

The Artist on the Mural: “The mural is based on a short story by Roald Dahl called ‘The Magic Finger,’ which stresses our effect on the planet, and that we need to be more empathetic. How would we feel if we were on the other side of the food chain?”

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