Calendar + conservation

Cleveland Museum of Natural History’s
2012 Natural Areas Calendar

A Gathering of Wings: Conservation Bird by Bird

Dimensions = Landscape 10″ x 7″
A Gathering of Wings: Conservation Bird by Bird
The 2012 Natural Areas Calendar showcases illustrations by local artist Jen Brumfield of bird species found within the more than 5,000 acres protected by The Cleveland Museum of Natural History’s Natural Areas Program. It highlights the immense diversity that the Museum’s preserves support and the Natural Areas Program’s role in regional bird conservation.

Museum natural areas provide resting and nesting habitat for birds both common and rare. Species illustrated in the calendar include Barred Owl, Belted Kingfisher, Wood Duck, Ovenbird, Black-throated Blue Warbler, Pied-billed Grebe, Northern Waterthrush, Sora, Eastern Bluebird, Blue-winged Teal, Le Conte’s Sparrow and Horned Lark.

($14.00 : Price includes sales tax, postage and handling.)

ORDER ONLINE:
http://www.cmnh.org/product/NatAreas-2012/2012NaturalAreasCalendar.aspx

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One thought on “Calendar + conservation

  1. Jen’s artwork is outstanding, and purchase of this calendar goes to support the absolutely heroic work of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History’s Natural Areas Program. Buy a couple of these splendid calendars and get out to see the Natural Areas preserves if you’ve not yet done so! Jim Bissell has done incredible work to obtain some of Ohio’s finest remaining habitats, and he, Renee Bornonka, and the Natural Areas Conservation Specialists do impressive work to protect this beautiful land and educate people about its importance.

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