Drumlin Farm, Zickefoose '80 Author, Painter, Baby Birds
Join Us at Drumlin Farm and hear Harvard alum, Julie Zickefoose '80, well-known author, artist and former NPR commentator. She works as a wildlife rehabilitator and lives on an 80 acre wildlife sanctuary in the Appalachian foothills of southeast Ohio. She has been studying, painting and rescuing birds for many years. Her beautiful new book, Baby Birds: An Artist Looks Into the Nest, explores the growth and development of 17 different species of wild baby birds in both watercolors and words.
Please join Julie as she talks about the process she used to make the paintings and what it is like to raise and paint orphaned baby birds.
Please register directly with Drumlin Farm. The program is free for members of the Audobon Society, and $5 for non-members. You can register on line or by phone. To register click here.
We hope to see you there! Don't miss it!