Bird mural in Cornell, USA on the Internet

This video from the USA says about itself:

Artist Jane Kim reflects on her giant mural at the Lab of Ornithology

22 December 2015

Science illustrator and artist Jane Kim discusses her mural “From So Simple a Beginning: Celebrating the Evolution and Diversity of Birds,” which graces a 70-by-40-foot wall in the visitor’s center of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s Imogene Powers Johnson Center for Birds and Biodiversity.

From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA:

One Planet, So Many Cool Birds

Wrap your head around the spectacular diversity of birdlife while exploring the artistry of the Cornell Lab’s new mural–online! View the mural in its entirety and zoom in on any of the 270 species to appreciate each brushstroke.

One click uncovers each bird’s way of life, voice, and range—with sounds from the Macaulay Library and dynamically updated maps from eBird. Vote for your favorites to help others discover the most interesting birds on the planet. Explore the Wall of Birds.

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