Kara J. West

For the birds: Avian art connects, educates, conserves.
Iandry Randriamandroso

For the birds: Avian art connects, educates, conserves.

Community artist finds inspiration in EHN’s 2014 series—Winged Warnings: What birds are telling us about our planet’s health.

When asked for his favorite bird, New York-based artist Iandry Randriamandroso pauses for a moment and answers—woodpecker.

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