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Activity overview:

On April 26th, Audubon's 229th birthday, we remember the making of The Birds of America and JJ's flowing golden locks of hair.


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Producer, Writer, Creator, Host:
Emily Graslie

Producer, Editor, Camera:
Tom McNamara

Theme music:
Michael Aranda

Created By:
Hank Green

Production Assistant:
Katie Kirby

Special thanks to Christine Giannoni, Head of Library Collections, for all of her outstanding help with this episode, and for leading the Turning of the Page every week. We appreciate it!

Filmed on Location and Supported by:
The Field Museum in Chicago, IL
(http://www.fieldmuseum.org)

Thanks to Evan Liao, Barbara Velázquez, Seth Bergenholtz, and Katerina Idrik for translating this episode!

Tagged under: field museum,chicago field museum,science,Biology (Field Of Study),biology,education,museums,animals,history,world history,natural history,Field Museum Of Natural History (Museum),Culture,Documentary, brain scoop,brain scoop,emily graslie,michael aranda,hank green,specimens,mammals,exhibits,species,Chicago (City/Town/Village),Museum (Building Function)

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