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Spring Migration

9 foot by 3-foot panels (9’ X 9’ total) 

Color saturated sustainable mulberry paper from Nepal and old chart and other ephemera collage and Arches on wood panel.

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100 migratory birds

Southern sky – height of migratory season, spring

Map source 1890’s

Birds 50% scale, old nautical charts, east coast

  1. Ruby-throated Hummingbird

  2. Prothonotary Warbler

  3. Blackpoll Warbler

  4. Eastern Phoebe

  5. Western Kingbird

  6. Brown-crested Flycatcher

  7. Sharp-shinned Hawk

  8. Summer Tanager

  9. Cedar Waxwing

  10.  Pine Warbler

  11.  American Redstart

  12.  Yellow-rumped Warbler

  13.  Northern Waterthrush

  14.  Tennessee Warbler

  15.  Wilson’s Warbler

  16.  Gray Catbird

  17.  Merlin

  18.  Peregrine Falcon

  19.  Broad-winged Hawk

  20.  Northern Harrier

  21.  Hermit Thrush

  22.  Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

  23.  Purple Martin

  24.  American Robin

  25. Eastern Whip-poor-will 

  26.  Swainson’s Hawk

  27.  Northern Cardinal

  28.  Loggerhead Shrike

  29.  Least Flycatcher

  30.  Wilson’s Snipe

  31.  Wood Thrush

  32.  La Sagra’s Flycatcher

  33.  Eastern Kingbird

  34.  Common Tern

  35.  Least Tern

  36.  Belted Kingfisher

  37.  Swallow-tailed Kite

  38.  Tree Swallow

  39.  Indigo Bunting

  40.  Red-eyed Vireo

  41.  Bell’s Vireo

  42.  Red-winged Blackbird

  43.  Semipalmated Plover

  44.  Ruddy Turnstone

  45.  Solitary Sandpiper

  46.  Least Sandpiper

  47.  Greater Yellowlegs

  48.  Common Nighthawk

  49.  Red-breasted Merganser

  50.  Western Sandpiper

  51.  Blue-winged Teal

  52.  Worm-eating Warbler

  53.  Ovenbird

  54.  Yellow-throated Warbler

  55.  Swainson’s Thrush

  56.  Blue-winged Warbler

  57.  Blue Headed Vireo

  58.  Western Spindalis

  59.  Painted Bunting

  60.  Gray Kingbird

  61.  Louisiana Waterthrush

  62.  Short-billed Dowitcher

  63.  Spotted Sandpiper

  64.  Lesser Yellowlegs

  65.  Orange-crowned Warbler

  66.  Barn Swallow

  67.  Black-throated Green Warbler

  68.  Black-and-White Warbler

  69.  Blue Grosbeak

  70.  House Wren

  71.  Orchard Oriole

  72.  Cape May Warbler

  73.  Magnolia Warbler

  74.  Yellow Warbler

  75.  Yellow-breasted Chat

  76.  Yellow-throated Vireo    

  77.  Yellow-billed Cuckoo

  78.  Herring Gull

  79.  Black-bellied Plover

  80.  Dunlin

  81.  Common Loon

  82.  Sooty Tern

  83.  Northern Gannet

  84.  Forester’s Tern

  85.  Chimney Swift

  86.  Bank Swallow

  87.  Ring-billed Gull

  88.  Lesser Black-backed Gull

  89.  American Flamingo

  90.  Black-throated Blue Warbler

  91.  Scarlet Tanager

  92.  Black Scoter

  93.  Horned Grebe

  94.  Willet

  95.  American White Pelican

  96.  Black-whiskered Vireo

  97.  Rose-breasted Grosbeak

  98.  Palm Warbler

  99.  Hooded Warbler

100) Northern Parula