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About this exhibit

Gallery and Exhibits Curator Nicole Dawkins introduces John J. Audubon's Birds of America at the TD Gallery.


Behind the scenes

Meet conservators Laura Cunningham and Nadège Duqueyroix, as they prepare an Audubon print for display in Flight: A Thrilling History of an Idea, an exhibit at the TD Gallery from July 13 to September 22, 2013.

Iceland or Jer Falcon Fish Hawk, or Osprey Rocky Mountain Hare



Past exhibits

Check out the virtual exhibits from some of our past exhibits in the TD Gallery which featured works by John J. Audubon:

Audubon images on stamps, which ran from February 22 to April 27, 2003

Flight: A thrilling history of an idea, which ran from July 13 to September 22, 2013. This exhibit focused primarily on the idea of flight, but contained a section on Audubon's birds.

Animals are allowed in the library, which ran from November 12, 2005, to January 22, 2006. This exhibit featured prints from Audubon’s less well-known work, Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America, and a wide a variety of other images of wild and domestic animals, and of animals at play.

Additional images

Browse through our Audubon Gallery on Flickr.