Audubon Bird Murals Project

Janes Walk

Led By Leigh Hallingby, Licensed NYC tour guide

The Audubon Bird Mural Project is an exciting effort to create murals of over 300 N. American birds in the Harlem neighborhood where John James Audubon lived. Since all of the birds painted are threatened by climate change, the Project is designed not only to help us appreciate the birds’ beauty, but also to make us aware of the challenges that they face. We will see at least 30 murals plus Audubon’s grave site in Trinity Cemetery.

Sunday, May 5
3:00 PM
2-3 hours
In Person

Borough: Manhattan
Theme: Advocacy, Art & Architecture, Environment
Accessibility: Wheelchair-friendly
mural of bird on shop's pull down security gate
Bird Street Art. Photo: Aubodon Bird Murals Project. Modifications: photo cropped and made black and white.
Meeting Location

Hamilton's Bakery, 3570 Broadway (between West 146th and 147 Streets)


145th Street stop on the #1 train

Finding your walk leader

I will standing in front of Hamilton's

Ending Location

157th and Broadway

Excited? Spread the word