Audubon Mural Project

A Swainson's Thrush painted in the Vashon Audubon Mural. The secretive, small brown woodland bird is projected to lose 46 percent of its summer breeding range in Washington State if global warming continues apace.

The Audubon Mural Project Lands in the Pacific Northwest

— On Washington's Vashon Island, the community has embraced a public art initiative to inspire conservation of local climate-threatened species.
Artist Carlos Pinto (left) installing the mosaic with help from a volunteer. Mike Fernandez/Audubon

The Audubon Mural Project Adds Trumpeter Swans to its Uptown Flock

— A stunning mosaic created by artists Carlos Pinto and John Sear turns recycled materials into an unforgettable wall.

The Audubon Mural Project Paints a Milestone 100 Species

— Marrying public art and climate change, six new species become ambassadors for conservation on the streets of northern Manhattan.

In Harlem's Jacob Schiff Park, Four New Birds Join the Audubon Mural Project

— Twenty-six youth apprentices painted the murals of climate-threatened birds on the walls of a local playground.

See the Latest Climate-Threatened Birds of Harlem

— Several new murals have gone up in Hamilton Heights—check them out and see some videos of their creation here.