AUDUBON OUTDOOR ART GALLERY
In keeping with the Audubon Park Garden District's desire to be Orlando Florida's model green community, the Audubon Outdoor Art Gallery is finally being realized.
The Audubon Outdoor Art Gallery's goal is to create murals of all 32 Florida birds on the threatened and endangered species list. The project will commission artists to paint on walls, electrical boxes and dumpsters throughout the area, in order to beautify the district, while educating and engaging the public on climate change and conservation efforts.
Deriving its nickname from the various streets named after birds in the area - from Bluebird Place to Raven Road - Audubon Park ultimately owes its name to John James Audubon, the noted ornithologist, naturalist and painter. The Audubon Outdoor Art Gallery is a nod to John James Audubon's inspirational and seminal work, The Birds of America.