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As the muralist continues around the southern United States, herons have been a constant.
Hitnes creates two new murals of large-beaked birds.
The street artist has painted murals from Pennsylvania to South Carolina.
While traveling across the south, Hitnes learns the wonders of duck decoys.
Soon after landing in the U.S., the street artist travels toward John James Audubon's first home.
Hitnes will paint large-scale avian murals in U.S. states where Audubon observed his memorable birds.
Several new murals have gone up in Hamilton Heights—check them out and see some videos of their creation here.
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