Audubon Mural Project

Osprey by Soten

Location: 3663 Broadway, New York, NY 10031

Painted: May 9, 2016

Climate Threat: This raptor is projected to lose 79 percent of current summer range by 2080, according to Audubon’s climate model. While it has expanded potential to live year-round in places like Florida, it’s uncertain whether this fish-eater will be able to find enough food in stable and expanded portions of its range, or how sea-level rise will affect its success in coastal areas.

About the Artist: The name Soten is synonymous with a visual artist and graffiti writer from Copenhagen, Denmark. In the past 15 years he has grown from a young, local writer to an established international artist through his determination, hard work, skill, and dedication. His works are known for trademark letterforms, funky color combinations, and the use of classic illustration elements. Follow him on Instagram.

The Artist on the Mural:I painted the Osprey because I thought [the Hog Island nest cam] was pretty cool.”

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