Audubon Photographs

Bohemian Waxwing

A cousin to Cedar Waxwings, Bohemian Waxwings are slightly larger and known for their bright yellow tipped tail feathers and red tabs on their wing feathers for which their name originates. They are often seen in large flocks feasting on Rowan berries.

Bohemian Waxwing

A cousin to Cedar Waxwings, Bohemian Waxwings are slightly larger and known for their bright yellow tipped tail feathers and red tabs on their wing feathers for which their name originates. They are often seen in large flocks feasting on Rowan berries.

Bohemian Waxwing

By Lindsey Wohlman. Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science (zoology collection). Available in full series (Double Elephant Folio) and individual prints. Print Size 12" x 18"

Bohemian Waxwing

By Lindsey Wohlman. Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science (zoology collection). Available in full series (Double Elephant Folio) and individual prints. Print Size 12" x 18"

Yellow Warbler

Yellow Warblers are known for their intense colors. Found on both female and male, these small warblers are posed in conjunction with vibrant Trumpet Vine Flowers.

Yellow Warbler

By Lindsey Wohlman. Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science (zoology collection). Available in full series (Double Elephant Folio) and individual prints. Print Size 12" x 18"

Yellow Warbler

By Lindsey Wohlman. Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science (zoology collection). Available in full series (Double Elephant Folio) and individual prints. Print Size 12" x 18"

Yellow Warbler

Yellow Warblers are known for their intense colors. Found on both female and male, these small warblers are posed in conjunction with vibrant Trumpet Vine Flowers.

Cedar Waxwing

Cedar Waxwings and their cousins Bohemian Waxwings are prodominently fruit eating birds. Feasting themselves on small berries found across the US makes them a common sight. They are known for their small crest and the red tabs that extend from their secondary wing feathers.

Cedar Waxwing

By Lindsey Wohlman. Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science (zoology collection). Available in full series (Double Elephant Folio) and individual prints. Print Size 12" x 18"

Cedar Waxwing

By Lindsey Wohlman. Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science (zoology collection). Available in full series (Double Elephant Folio) and individual prints. Print Size 12" x 18"

Cedar Waxwing

Cedar Waxwings and their cousins Bohemian Waxwings are prodominently fruit eating birds. Feasting themselves on small berries found across the US makes them a common sight. They are known for their small crest and the red tabs that extend from their secondary wing feathers.

Rufous Hummingbird

Rufous Hummingbirds are common throughout the US. They are frequently seen at hummingbird feeders and they will dive bomb anyone or anything that wanders too close to their tiny nest sites.

Rufous Hummingbird

Rufous Hummingbirds are common throughout the US. They are frequently seen at hummingbird feeders and they will dive bomb anyone or anything that wanders too close to their tiny nest sites.

Rufous Hummingbird

By Lindsey Wohlman. Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by University of Colorado Natural History Museum (zoology collection). Available in full series (Double Elephant Folio) and individual prints. Print Size 12" x 18"

Cliff Swallow

By Lindsey Wohlman. Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by University of Colorado Natural History Museum (zoology collection). Available in full series (Double Elephant Folio) and individual prints. Print Size 18" x 12"

Cliff Swallow

By Lindsey Wohlman. Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by University of Colorado Natural History Museum (zoology collection). Available in full series (Double Elephant Folio) and individual prints. Print Size 18" x 12"

Cliff Swallow

Cliff Swallows are seen throughout the midwest building their nests under bridges near creeks and rivers. Roosting in large groups, they seek muddy areas to gather materials to assemble their uniquely shaped nests. Based on print #68 "Cliff Swallow" by John James Audubon from the "Birds of America" series.

American Flamingo

The American Flamingo print displays Audubon's solution to ensure the prints document species in a lifesize manner while still document the entire bird. Using this low-head pose ensure viewers can understand the birds size and grace without compromising.

American Flamingo

The American Flamingo print displays Audubon's solution to ensure the prints document species in a lifesize manner while still document the entire bird. Using this low-head pose ensure viewers can understand the birds size and grace without compromising.

American Flamingo

By Lindsey Wohlman. Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science (zoology collection). Available in full series (Double Elephant Folio) and individual prints. Sheet Size - 24" x 36"

Golden Eagle

The Golden Eagle specimen Audubon documented nearly killed him. As a homage to the bird, the original print includes a small self portrait of the original artist. Photographed with permission of the National Eagle Repository, the Golden Eagle print sales will be redirected to the Denver Museum of Nature and Science in accordance with the Sacred Eagle Act.

Golden Eagle

The Golden Eagle specimen Audubon documented nearly killed him. As a homage to the bird, the original print includes a small self portrait of the original artist. Photographed with permission of the National Eagle Repository, the Golden Eagle print sales will be redirected to the Denver Museum of Nature and Science in accordance with the Sacred Eagle Act.

Golden Eagle

Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science (zoology collection). Available in full series (Double Elephant Folio) and individual prints. Sheet Size - 24" x 36"

Canada Goose

The Canada Goose was depicted by Audubon in two different prints. These large and boisterous birds are common throughout the United States

Canada Goose

Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science (zoology collection). Available in full series (Double Elephant Folio) and individual prints. Sheet Size - 26" x 20"

Broad-tailed Hummingbird

The Broad-tailed Hummingbird is a common sight throughout the Rocky Mountains. Known for the iridescent red feathers on the male, these tiny birds are known to be bold and unafraid of people.

Broad-tailed Hummingbird

They are common hummingbirds to visit hummingbird feeders. They winter in Mexico and South America after making completing a treacherous migration that kills up to 10% of the species every year.

Broad-tailed Hummingbird

Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science (zoology collection). Available in full series as Double Elephant Folio signed by Lindsey Wohlman. Sheet Size - 26" x 38" Print - 19.5" x 12.25"

Green Tailed Towhee

This is the first print that is not an photographic production based on Audubon's original work. The Green-tailed Towhee was a bird not available to John James Audubon due to its locality and preference for avoiding humans.

Green Tailed Towhee

This is the first print that is not an photographic production based on Audubon's original work. The Green-tailed Towhee was a bird not available to John James Audubon due to its locality and preference for avoiding humans.

Green Tailed Towhee

Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science (zoology collection). Available in full series as Double Elephant Folio signed by Lindsey Wohlman. Sheet Size - 26" x 38" Print - 19.5" x 12.25"

Long-eared Owl

Audubon print to photograph comparison. Accurate representation inspired by Audubon's print layout. Sized to match Harvell edition prints from the double elephant folio edition. Limited edition photo prints available individually or as a set of 110 prints.

Long-eared Owl

Long-eared Owls are cousin to Great Horned Owl. John James Audubon observed them often and this print displays their solitude in hunting and living.

Long-eared Owl

Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science (zoology collection). Available in full series as Double Elephant Folio signed by Lindsey Wohlman. Print - 19.5" x 12.35"

Common Grackle

Audubon print to photograph comparison. Accurate representation inspired by Audubon's print layout. Sized to match Harvell edition prints from the double elephant folio edition. Limited edition photo prints available individually or as a set of 110 prints.

Common Grackle

The Common Grackle is a fearless bird who will raid the plowed fields for foodstuffs and seeds freshly planted by farmers. Known as a pest throughout the country, they are marked by dark iridescent feathers.

Common Grackle

Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science (zoology collection). Available in full series as Double Elephant Folio signed by Lindsey Wohlman. Sheet Size - 26" x 38" Print - 26.375" x 20.625"

Common Grackle

Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science (zoology collection). Available in full series as Double Elephant Folio signed by Lindsey Wohlman. Sheet Size - 26" x 38" Print - 26.375" x 20.625"

Common Nighthawk

Audubon print to photograph comparison. Accurate representation inspired by Audubon's print layout. Sized to match Harvell edition prints from the double elephant folio edition. Limited edition photo prints available individually or as a set of 110 prints.

Common Nighthawk

Print #14 features a common species to US night skies. Nighthawks are primarily nocturnal insect feeders who come out during sunset. Their large mouths and froggy calls and white wing bands are giveaways to the species

Common Nighthawk

Print #14 features a common species to US night skies. Nighthawks are primarily nocturnal insect feeders who come out during sunset. Their large mouths and froggy calls and white wing bands are giveaways to the species

Common Nighthawk

Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints.Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Available in full series as Double Elephant Folio signed by Lindsey Wohlman. Sheet Size - 26" x 38" Print - 26" x 38"

Immature Bald Eagle

Audubon print to photograph comparison. Accurate representation inspired by Audubon's print layout. Sized to match Harvell edition prints from the double elephant folio edition. Limited edition photo prints available individually or as a set of 110 prints.

Immature Bald Eagle

Originally titled "Bird of Washington" by James Audubon, this yearling Bald Eagle is one of the most iconic works of Audubon's series. The original painting is currently housed in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C.

Immature Bald Eagle

Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by National Eagle Repository. Available in full series as Double Elephant Folio signed by Lindsey Wohlman. Sheet Size - 26" x 38" Print - 26" x 38"

American Kestrel

Audubon print to photograph comparison. Accurate representation inspired by Audubon's print layout. Sized to match Harvell edition prints from the double elephant folio edition. Limited edition photo prints available individually or as a set of 110 prints.

American Kestrel

Once kept as a pet by Audubon after rescuing a fledgling from a storm, the American Kestrel is a small but powerful bird known to feed on songbirds as well as insects.

American Kestrel

Once kept as a pet by Audubon after rescuing a fledgling from a storm, the American Kestrel is a small but powerful bird known to feed on songbirds as well as insects.

American Kestrel

Edition of 120 signed by Lindsey Wohlman and numbered prints. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Sheet Size - 26" x 38" Print - 26" x 38"

American Crow

Audubon print to photograph comparison. Accurate representation inspired by Audubon's print layout. Sized to match Harvell edition prints from the double elephant folio edition. Limited edition photo prints available individually or as a set of 110 prints.

American Crow

Known for its intelligence and problem solving, the crow was one of Audubon's favorite subjects as it forced him to thoroughly consider the gaze of the bird upon the viewer. It needed to communicate intelligence to draw the viewer into the print.

American Crow

Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science (zoology collection). Available in full series as Double Elephant Folio. Sheet Size - 26" x 38" Print - 26" x 38"

White Throated Swift

The White Throated Swift is a fast flying bird with short but strong legs used to cling to walls and rock crevices. Audubon did not document this species but this print is based on the "American Swift" print.

White Throated Swift

Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Photograph by Lindsey Wohlman Sheet Size - 26" x 38" Print - 12.25" x 19.5"

White Throated Swift

The White Throated Swift is a fast flying bird with short but strong legs used to cling to walls and rock crevices. Audubon did not document this species but this print is based on the "American Swift" print.

Red-Tailed Hawk 2

Audubon print to photograph comparison. Accurate representation inspired by Audubon's print layout. Sized to match Harvell edition prints from the double elephant folio edition. Limited edition photo prints available individually or as a set of 120 prints.

Red-Tailed Hawk 2

The Red-Tailed Hawk was such a bird that was so varied in its plumage that it earned two prints in the Birds of America. Here two birds fight over a cottontail high in the air over the mountains.

Red-Tailed Hawk 2

The Red-Tailed Hawk was such a bird that was so varied in its plummage that it earned two prints in the Birds of America. Here two birds fight over a cottontail high in the air over the mountains.

Red-Tailed Hawk 2

Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Sheet Size - 26" x 38" Print - 26" x 38"

Black-billed Magpie

Audubon print to photograph comparison. Accurate representation inspired by Audubon's print layout. Sized to match Harvell edition prints from the double elephant folio edition. Limited edition photo prints available individually or as a set of 110 prints.

Black-billed Magpie

This intrepid scavenger was infamous for fearlessly approaching people in the name of a meal. Related to crows and ravens, magpies are capable of problem solving and using tools.

Black-billed Magpie

This intrepid scavenger was infamous for fearlessly approaching people in the name of a meal. Related to crows and ravens, magpies are capable of problem solving and using tools.

Black-billed Magpie

Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science (zoology collection). Available in full series as Double Elephant Folio signed by Lindsey Wohlman. Print Size - 28" x 35" Artwork - 25.75" x 21.5"

Red-Tailed Hawk

Audubon print to photograph comparison. Accurate representation inspired by Audubon's print layout. Sized to match Harvell edition prints from the double elephant folio edition. Limited edition photo prints available individually or as a set of 110 prints.

Red-Tailed Hawk

Misnamed as The Black Warrior, the dark morph Red-Tailed Hawk originally displayed in this print is one of many color morphs found in the species. Ranging from near white to dark-brown, the red-orange tail is always apparent in the species.

Red-Tailed Hawk

Misnamed as The Black Warrior, the dark morph Red-Tailed Hawk originally displayed in this print is one of many color morphs found in the species. Ranging from near white to dark-brown, the red-orange tail is always apparent in the species.

Red-Tailed Hawk

Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by University of Colorado Natural History Museum. Available in full series as Double Elephant Folio. Sheet Size - 26" x 38" Print - 26" x 38"

American Goldfinch

Audubon print to photograph comparison. Accurate representation inspired by Audubon's print layout. Sized to match Harvell edition prints from the double elephant folio edition. Limited edition photo prints available individually or as a set of 110 prints.

American Goldfinch

Perched on Bull Thistle, these two American Goldfinches are fast flying editions to the Audubon series. Sporting bring yellow feathers against large purple blooms, these fast flying birds can be seen across the country.

American Goldfinch

Perched on Bull Thistle, these two American Goldfinches are fast flying editions to the Audubon series. Sporting bring yellow feathers against large purple blooms, these fast flying birds can be seen across the country.

American Goldfinch

Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by Denver Museum of Nature and Science (zoology collection). Available in full series as Double Elephant Folio signed by Lindsey Wohlman. Sheet Size - 26" x 38" Print - 19.5" x 12.25"

Barn Swallow

Audubon print to photograph comparison. Accurate representation inspired by Audubon's print layout. Sized to match Harvell edition prints from the double elephant folio edition. Limited edition photo prints available individually or as a set of 120 prints.

Barn Swallow

Barn Swallows are known for their willingness to nest in close proximity to humans. This print highlights nesting habits and the swallow's ability to build on vertical joints in barns.

Barn Swallow

Barn Swallows are known for their willingness to nest in close proximity to humans. This print highlights nesting habits and the swallow's ability to build on vertical joints in barns.

Barn Swallow

Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by University of Colorado Natural History Museum. Sheet Size - 26" x 38" Print - 15.5" x 19.5"

American Robin

The American Robin is a well known and plentiful visitor throughout the country. Described by Audubon as the first bird he spotted in Labrador upon his first visit. The Robin print features a large family of mother and father and brood of five.

American Robin

The American Robin is a well known and plentiful visitor throughout the country. Described by Audubon as the first bird he spotted in Labrador upon his first visit. The Robin print features a large family of mother and father and brood of five.

American Robin

Audubon print to photograph comparison. Accurate representation inspired by Audubon's print layout. Sized to match Harvell edition prints from the double elephant folio edition. Limited edition photo prints available individually or as a set of 120 prints.

American Robin

Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Specimen provided by University of Colorado Natural History Museum. Available in full series as Double Elephant Folio signed by Lindsey Wohlman. Sheet Size - 26" x 38" Print - 26" x 38"

Turkey Vulture

Audubon print to photograph comparison. Accurate representation inspired by Audubon's print layout. Sized to match Harvell edition prints from the double elephant folio edition. Limited edition photo prints available individually or as a set of 110 prints.

Turkey Vulture

The Turkey Vulture is an egregious specimen seen throughout the country. Audubon did not see many during his work, however he described it as the more graceful of the two vulture species.

Turkey Vulture

The Turkey Vulture is an egregious specimen seen throughout the country. Audubon did not see many during his work, however he described it as the more graceful of the two vulture species.

Turkey Vulture

Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints.

Cooper's Hawk

Referred to by Audubon as the "Great Pigeon Hawk" this species is featured chasing a Varied Thrush to display its heavily barred plumage and long slender legs.

Cooper's Hawk

Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints. Available in full series as Double Elephant Folio signed by Lindsey Wohlman. Sheet Size - 26" x 38" Print - 26" x 38"

Cooper's Hawk

Referred to by Audubon as the "Great Pigeon Hawk" this species is featured chasing a Varied Thrush to display its heavily barred plumage and long slender legs.

Great Horned Owl

Audubon print to photograph comparison. Accurate representation inspired by Audubon's print layout. Sized to match Harvell edition prints from the double elephant folio edition. Limited edition photo prints available individually or as a set of 110 prints.

Great Horned Owl

Two adult owls perched on a rotting branch in the daytime gives the audience a full view of the details of the plumage. The large specimen is known to take down prey nearly the size of themselves. While collecting the specimen for the original print, Audubon sunk in quicksand and was rescued by his boatís crewmen.

Great Horned Owl

This is one of the few specimens in this series where the large eyes are visible. Edition of 120 signed and numbered prints.

Great Horned Owl

Two adult owls perched on a rotting branch in the daytime gives the audience a full view of the details of the plumage. The large specimen is known to take down prey nearly the size of themselves. While collecting the specimen for the original print, Audubon sunk in quicksand and was rescued by his boatís crewmen.

Bohemian Waxwing

Yellow Warbler

Cedar Waxwing

Rufous Hummingbird

Cliff Swallow

American Flamingo

Golden Eagle

Canada Goose

Broad-tailed Hummingbird

Green Tailed Towhee

Long-eared Owl

Common Grackle

Common Nighthawk

Immature Bald Eagle

American Kestrel

American Crow

White Throated Swift

Red-Tailed Hawk 2

Black-billed Magpie

Red-Tailed Hawk

American Goldfinch

Barn Swallow

American Robin

Turkey Vulture

Cooper's Hawk

Great Horned Owl