John James Audubon

Tropical Audubon Society is a subchapter of Florida Audubon and National Audubon. The storied name we share belongs to the great American woodsman, ornithologist and naturalist John James Audubon, who lived from 1785 until 1851. His famous forays into the wilderness produced a trove of incomparable drawings and paintings of birds in their preferred habitats. Indeed, 21st-century artists are still measured by the supreme artistic standards set by Audubon in the 19th century.