From NYT: "The 19th-century feather trade almost wiped out the roseate spoonbill, painted by Danielle Mastrion."
In "Public Art Takes Flight," the New York Times Editorial Board writes that New York art gallery owner, Avi Gitler, is not allowing the legacy of John James Audubon to rest. From the NYT:
The article was emailed to me by retired Clark County Supervisor Patrick Gaffey, who now spends his time writing and bird watching. Gaffey's Facebook posts are a nest of source material for a local mural project that could feature birds of Southern Nevada.
ABOVE: James Turrell at Crystals monorail station.