A print from James John Audubon's Birds of America will provide the biggest draw at an upcoming Fine Books & Manuscripts auction in Chicago

An early century Blue Heron illustration from James John Audubon's Birds of America

Audubon Birds Printmaking. Inspired by the book "The Boy Who Drew Birds" 3rd graders are to draw birds using pencil and then outlined their drawings with sharpie. Use  Watercolors to add color. Rubber leaf stamps (or styrofoam stamps) may be used to print a background of green tints on construction or butcher paper.

We read, The Boy Who Drew Birds and both the kids and I loved the book. graders drew birds using pencil and then outlined their drawings.

swallow watercolor | See Audubon's Famous Birds Like Never Before - Wired Science

See Audubon’s Famous Birds Like Never Before

The Heavenly Zoo of Ernst Haeckel | The Quantum Biologist

The Heavenly Zoo of Ernst Haeckel

American Flamingo by John James Audubon Birds of America; copperplate engraving, colored by hand.

John James Audubon ~ Bird Illustration Gallery - American Masters

John James Audubon

Louisiana Heron by John James Audubon - Louisiana Heron Painting - Louisiana Heron Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale

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