Isa Catto Studio’s The Birdsong Project Collection

Artful gifts for every bird lover that support Audubon's conservation mission
Yellow and blue silk scarf by Isa Catto Studio featuring illustration of a California Condor

A new collection inspired by The Birdsong Project

Colorado-based artist Isa Catto grew up birding in the Virginia woods adjacent to the Potomac River, wielding an Audubon checklist and pair of binoculars gifted by her godfather and lifelong bird enthusiast, Edward Harte. “I know my birding laid the foundation for being an artist,” she says. “It made me more observant, and I developed patience…I learned about color and nuance and how the animal world wields hue and camouflage.” See how this philosophy has been beautifully brought to life in her newest collection, created in collaboration with Audubon and The Birdsong Project, to celebrate the joy birds bring to our lives and bring attention to the message they have about the environmental threats we all face. Items include artfully illustrated birds such as the California Condor, Mangrove Cuckoo, Whooping Crane, and Piping Plover, all depicted on silk scarves, spiral notebooks, tote bags and more.

Explore the entire collection here.


Isa Catto Studio supports the National Audubon Society, a non-profit conservation organization dedicated to protecting birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow. We’re collaborating with the National Audubon Society and The Birdsong Project on this collection, which celebrates the joy birds bring to our lives and brings attention to the message they have for us about the environmental threats we all face.

Photo of a yellow, green, and blue spiral notebook featuring an illustrated Mangrove Cuckoo amongst leaves.