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Thursday, September 21, 2017

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An Artist for Conservation: The Paintings of Albert Earl Gilbert

Featuring more than 25 original pieces, An Artist for Conservation explores the beauty and majesty of birds, from hawks to hornbills, through the eyes of renowned artist Albert Earl Gilbert. Regarded today as one of the world’s premier wildlife artists, Gilbert began drawing as a child, crayon in hand, depicting lions, tigers, bears, and birds. He spent much of his career conducting fieldwork across the globe—from Africa to Australia—observing and sketching rare and colorful tropical birds in their native habitat. In 1977 Al’s painting of a hooded merganser won the 45th Federal Duck Stamp Contest. Sales of this stamp generated well over 11 million dollars—all of which supported the Department of Interior’s Federal Duck Stamp program to acquire wetland habitat and protect not only waterfowl but all other wildlife. At Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-5.

 

Friday, September 22, 2017
Every Day until April 15, 2018

An Artist for Conservation: The Paintings of Albert Earl Gilbert

Featuring more than 25 original pieces, An Artist for Conservation explores the beauty and majesty of birds, from hawks to hornbills, through the eyes of renowned artist Albert Earl Gilbert. Regarded today as one of the world’s premier wildlife artists, Gilbert began drawing as a child, crayon in hand, depicting lions, tigers, bears, and birds. He spent much of his career conducting fieldwork across the globe—from Africa to Australia—observing and sketching rare and colorful tropical birds in their native habitat. In 1977 Al’s painting of a hooded merganser won the 45th Federal Duck Stamp Contest. Sales of this stamp generated well over 11 million dollars—all of which supported the Department of Interior’s Federal Duck Stamp program to acquire wetland habitat and protect not only waterfowl but all other wildlife. At Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-5.

 

Saturday, September 23, 2017
Every Day until April 15, 2018

An Artist for Conservation: The Paintings of Albert Earl Gilbert

Featuring more than 25 original pieces, An Artist for Conservation explores the beauty and majesty of birds, from hawks to hornbills, through the eyes of renowned artist Albert Earl Gilbert. Regarded today as one of the world’s premier wildlife artists, Gilbert began drawing as a child, crayon in hand, depicting lions, tigers, bears, and birds. He spent much of his career conducting fieldwork across the globe—from Africa to Australia—observing and sketching rare and colorful tropical birds in their native habitat. In 1977 Al’s painting of a hooded merganser won the 45th Federal Duck Stamp Contest. Sales of this stamp generated well over 11 million dollars—all of which supported the Department of Interior’s Federal Duck Stamp program to acquire wetland habitat and protect not only waterfowl but all other wildlife. At Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-5.

 

Sunday, September 24, 2017
Every Day until April 15, 2018

An Artist for Conservation: The Paintings of Albert Earl Gilbert

Featuring more than 25 original pieces, An Artist for Conservation explores the beauty and majesty of birds, from hawks to hornbills, through the eyes of renowned artist Albert Earl Gilbert. Regarded today as one of the world’s premier wildlife artists, Gilbert began drawing as a child, crayon in hand, depicting lions, tigers, bears, and birds. He spent much of his career conducting fieldwork across the globe—from Africa to Australia—observing and sketching rare and colorful tropical birds in their native habitat. In 1977 Al’s painting of a hooded merganser won the 45th Federal Duck Stamp Contest. Sales of this stamp generated well over 11 million dollars—all of which supported the Department of Interior’s Federal Duck Stamp program to acquire wetland habitat and protect not only waterfowl but all other wildlife. At Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-5.

 

Monday, September 25, 2017
Every Day until April 15, 2018

An Artist for Conservation: The Paintings of Albert Earl Gilbert

Featuring more than 25 original pieces, An Artist for Conservation explores the beauty and majesty of birds, from hawks to hornbills, through the eyes of renowned artist Albert Earl Gilbert. Regarded today as one of the world’s premier wildlife artists, Gilbert began drawing as a child, crayon in hand, depicting lions, tigers, bears, and birds. He spent much of his career conducting fieldwork across the globe—from Africa to Australia—observing and sketching rare and colorful tropical birds in their native habitat. In 1977 Al’s painting of a hooded merganser won the 45th Federal Duck Stamp Contest. Sales of this stamp generated well over 11 million dollars—all of which supported the Department of Interior’s Federal Duck Stamp program to acquire wetland habitat and protect not only waterfowl but all other wildlife. At Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-5.

 

Tuesday, September 26, 2017
Every Day until April 15, 2018

An Artist for Conservation: The Paintings of Albert Earl Gilbert

Featuring more than 25 original pieces, An Artist for Conservation explores the beauty and majesty of birds, from hawks to hornbills, through the eyes of renowned artist Albert Earl Gilbert. Regarded today as one of the world’s premier wildlife artists, Gilbert began drawing as a child, crayon in hand, depicting lions, tigers, bears, and birds. He spent much of his career conducting fieldwork across the globe—from Africa to Australia—observing and sketching rare and colorful tropical birds in their native habitat. In 1977 Al’s painting of a hooded merganser won the 45th Federal Duck Stamp Contest. Sales of this stamp generated well over 11 million dollars—all of which supported the Department of Interior’s Federal Duck Stamp program to acquire wetland habitat and protect not only waterfowl but all other wildlife. At Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-5.

 

Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Every Day until April 15, 2018

An Artist for Conservation: The Paintings of Albert Earl Gilbert

Featuring more than 25 original pieces, An Artist for Conservation explores the beauty and majesty of birds, from hawks to hornbills, through the eyes of renowned artist Albert Earl Gilbert. Regarded today as one of the world’s premier wildlife artists, Gilbert began drawing as a child, crayon in hand, depicting lions, tigers, bears, and birds. He spent much of his career conducting fieldwork across the globe—from Africa to Australia—observing and sketching rare and colorful tropical birds in their native habitat. In 1977 Al’s painting of a hooded merganser won the 45th Federal Duck Stamp Contest. Sales of this stamp generated well over 11 million dollars—all of which supported the Department of Interior’s Federal Duck Stamp program to acquire wetland habitat and protect not only waterfowl but all other wildlife. At Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-5.

 

Thursday, September 28, 2017
Every Day until April 15, 2018

An Artist for Conservation: The Paintings of Albert Earl Gilbert

Featuring more than 25 original pieces, An Artist for Conservation explores the beauty and majesty of birds, from hawks to hornbills, through the eyes of renowned artist Albert Earl Gilbert. Regarded today as one of the world’s premier wildlife artists, Gilbert began drawing as a child, crayon in hand, depicting lions, tigers, bears, and birds. He spent much of his career conducting fieldwork across the globe—from Africa to Australia—observing and sketching rare and colorful tropical birds in their native habitat. In 1977 Al’s painting of a hooded merganser won the 45th Federal Duck Stamp Contest. Sales of this stamp generated well over 11 million dollars—all of which supported the Department of Interior’s Federal Duck Stamp program to acquire wetland habitat and protect not only waterfowl but all other wildlife. At Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-5.

 

Friday, September 29, 2017
Every Day until April 15, 2018

An Artist for Conservation: The Paintings of Albert Earl Gilbert

Featuring more than 25 original pieces, An Artist for Conservation explores the beauty and majesty of birds, from hawks to hornbills, through the eyes of renowned artist Albert Earl Gilbert. Regarded today as one of the world’s premier wildlife artists, Gilbert began drawing as a child, crayon in hand, depicting lions, tigers, bears, and birds. He spent much of his career conducting fieldwork across the globe—from Africa to Australia—observing and sketching rare and colorful tropical birds in their native habitat. In 1977 Al’s painting of a hooded merganser won the 45th Federal Duck Stamp Contest. Sales of this stamp generated well over 11 million dollars—all of which supported the Department of Interior’s Federal Duck Stamp program to acquire wetland habitat and protect not only waterfowl but all other wildlife. At Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-5.

 

Saturday, September 30, 2017
Every Day until April 15, 2018

An Artist for Conservation: The Paintings of Albert Earl Gilbert

Featuring more than 25 original pieces, An Artist for Conservation explores the beauty and majesty of birds, from hawks to hornbills, through the eyes of renowned artist Albert Earl Gilbert. Regarded today as one of the world’s premier wildlife artists, Gilbert began drawing as a child, crayon in hand, depicting lions, tigers, bears, and birds. He spent much of his career conducting fieldwork across the globe—from Africa to Australia—observing and sketching rare and colorful tropical birds in their native habitat. In 1977 Al’s painting of a hooded merganser won the 45th Federal Duck Stamp Contest. Sales of this stamp generated well over 11 million dollars—all of which supported the Department of Interior’s Federal Duck Stamp program to acquire wetland habitat and protect not only waterfowl but all other wildlife. At Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-5.

 

Sunday, October 01, 2017
Every Day until April 15, 2018

An Artist for Conservation: The Paintings of Albert Earl Gilbert

Featuring more than 25 original pieces, An Artist for Conservation explores the beauty and majesty of birds, from hawks to hornbills, through the eyes of renowned artist Albert Earl Gilbert. Regarded today as one of the world’s premier wildlife artists, Gilbert began drawing as a child, crayon in hand, depicting lions, tigers, bears, and birds. He spent much of his career conducting fieldwork across the globe—from Africa to Australia—observing and sketching rare and colorful tropical birds in their native habitat. In 1977 Al’s painting of a hooded merganser won the 45th Federal Duck Stamp Contest. Sales of this stamp generated well over 11 million dollars—all of which supported the Department of Interior’s Federal Duck Stamp program to acquire wetland habitat and protect not only waterfowl but all other wildlife. At Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-5.

 

Monday, October 02, 2017
Every Day until April 15, 2018

An Artist for Conservation: The Paintings of Albert Earl Gilbert

Featuring more than 25 original pieces, An Artist for Conservation explores the beauty and majesty of birds, from hawks to hornbills, through the eyes of renowned artist Albert Earl Gilbert. Regarded today as one of the world’s premier wildlife artists, Gilbert began drawing as a child, crayon in hand, depicting lions, tigers, bears, and birds. He spent much of his career conducting fieldwork across the globe—from Africa to Australia—observing and sketching rare and colorful tropical birds in their native habitat. In 1977 Al’s painting of a hooded merganser won the 45th Federal Duck Stamp Contest. Sales of this stamp generated well over 11 million dollars—all of which supported the Department of Interior’s Federal Duck Stamp program to acquire wetland habitat and protect not only waterfowl but all other wildlife. At Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-5.

 

Tuesday, October 03, 2017
Every Day until April 15, 2018

An Artist for Conservation: The Paintings of Albert Earl Gilbert

Featuring more than 25 original pieces, An Artist for Conservation explores the beauty and majesty of birds, from hawks to hornbills, through the eyes of renowned artist Albert Earl Gilbert. Regarded today as one of the world’s premier wildlife artists, Gilbert began drawing as a child, crayon in hand, depicting lions, tigers, bears, and birds. He spent much of his career conducting fieldwork across the globe—from Africa to Australia—observing and sketching rare and colorful tropical birds in their native habitat. In 1977 Al’s painting of a hooded merganser won the 45th Federal Duck Stamp Contest. Sales of this stamp generated well over 11 million dollars—all of which supported the Department of Interior’s Federal Duck Stamp program to acquire wetland habitat and protect not only waterfowl but all other wildlife. At Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-5.

 

Wednesday, October 04, 2017
Every Day until April 15, 2018

An Artist for Conservation: The Paintings of Albert Earl Gilbert

Featuring more than 25 original pieces, An Artist for Conservation explores the beauty and majesty of birds, from hawks to hornbills, through the eyes of renowned artist Albert Earl Gilbert. Regarded today as one of the world’s premier wildlife artists, Gilbert began drawing as a child, crayon in hand, depicting lions, tigers, bears, and birds. He spent much of his career conducting fieldwork across the globe—from Africa to Australia—observing and sketching rare and colorful tropical birds in their native habitat. In 1977 Al’s painting of a hooded merganser won the 45th Federal Duck Stamp Contest. Sales of this stamp generated well over 11 million dollars—all of which supported the Department of Interior’s Federal Duck Stamp program to acquire wetland habitat and protect not only waterfowl but all other wildlife. At Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-5.

 

Thursday, October 05, 2017
Every Day until April 15, 2018

An Artist for Conservation: The Paintings of Albert Earl Gilbert

Featuring more than 25 original pieces, An Artist for Conservation explores the beauty and majesty of birds, from hawks to hornbills, through the eyes of renowned artist Albert Earl Gilbert. Regarded today as one of the world’s premier wildlife artists, Gilbert began drawing as a child, crayon in hand, depicting lions, tigers, bears, and birds. He spent much of his career conducting fieldwork across the globe—from Africa to Australia—observing and sketching rare and colorful tropical birds in their native habitat. In 1977 Al’s painting of a hooded merganser won the 45th Federal Duck Stamp Contest. Sales of this stamp generated well over 11 million dollars—all of which supported the Department of Interior’s Federal Duck Stamp program to acquire wetland habitat and protect not only waterfowl but all other wildlife. At Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-5.

 

Friday, October 06, 2017
Every Day until April 15, 2018

An Artist for Conservation: The Paintings of Albert Earl Gilbert

Featuring more than 25 original pieces, An Artist for Conservation explores the beauty and majesty of birds, from hawks to hornbills, through the eyes of renowned artist Albert Earl Gilbert. Regarded today as one of the world’s premier wildlife artists, Gilbert began drawing as a child, crayon in hand, depicting lions, tigers, bears, and birds. He spent much of his career conducting fieldwork across the globe—from Africa to Australia—observing and sketching rare and colorful tropical birds in their native habitat. In 1977 Al’s painting of a hooded merganser won the 45th Federal Duck Stamp Contest. Sales of this stamp generated well over 11 million dollars—all of which supported the Department of Interior’s Federal Duck Stamp program to acquire wetland habitat and protect not only waterfowl but all other wildlife. At Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-5.

 

Saturday, October 07, 2017
Every Day until April 15, 2018

An Artist for Conservation: The Paintings of Albert Earl Gilbert

Featuring more than 25 original pieces, An Artist for Conservation explores the beauty and majesty of birds, from hawks to hornbills, through the eyes of renowned artist Albert Earl Gilbert. Regarded today as one of the world’s premier wildlife artists, Gilbert began drawing as a child, crayon in hand, depicting lions, tigers, bears, and birds. He spent much of his career conducting fieldwork across the globe—from Africa to Australia—observing and sketching rare and colorful tropical birds in their native habitat. In 1977 Al’s painting of a hooded merganser won the 45th Federal Duck Stamp Contest. Sales of this stamp generated well over 11 million dollars—all of which supported the Department of Interior’s Federal Duck Stamp program to acquire wetland habitat and protect not only waterfowl but all other wildlife. At Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-5.

 

Sunday, October 08, 2017
Every Day until April 15, 2018

An Artist for Conservation: The Paintings of Albert Earl Gilbert

Featuring more than 25 original pieces, An Artist for Conservation explores the beauty and majesty of birds, from hawks to hornbills, through the eyes of renowned artist Albert Earl Gilbert. Regarded today as one of the world’s premier wildlife artists, Gilbert began drawing as a child, crayon in hand, depicting lions, tigers, bears, and birds. He spent much of his career conducting fieldwork across the globe—from Africa to Australia—observing and sketching rare and colorful tropical birds in their native habitat. In 1977 Al’s painting of a hooded merganser won the 45th Federal Duck Stamp Contest. Sales of this stamp generated well over 11 million dollars—all of which supported the Department of Interior’s Federal Duck Stamp program to acquire wetland habitat and protect not only waterfowl but all other wildlife. At Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-5.

 

Monday, October 09, 2017
Every Day until April 15, 2018

An Artist for Conservation: The Paintings of Albert Earl Gilbert

Featuring more than 25 original pieces, An Artist for Conservation explores the beauty and majesty of birds, from hawks to hornbills, through the eyes of renowned artist Albert Earl Gilbert. Regarded today as one of the world’s premier wildlife artists, Gilbert began drawing as a child, crayon in hand, depicting lions, tigers, bears, and birds. He spent much of his career conducting fieldwork across the globe—from Africa to Australia—observing and sketching rare and colorful tropical birds in their native habitat. In 1977 Al’s painting of a hooded merganser won the 45th Federal Duck Stamp Contest. Sales of this stamp generated well over 11 million dollars—all of which supported the Department of Interior’s Federal Duck Stamp program to acquire wetland habitat and protect not only waterfowl but all other wildlife. At Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-5.

 

Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Every Day until April 15, 2018

An Artist for Conservation: The Paintings of Albert Earl Gilbert

Featuring more than 25 original pieces, An Artist for Conservation explores the beauty and majesty of birds, from hawks to hornbills, through the eyes of renowned artist Albert Earl Gilbert. Regarded today as one of the world’s premier wildlife artists, Gilbert began drawing as a child, crayon in hand, depicting lions, tigers, bears, and birds. He spent much of his career conducting fieldwork across the globe—from Africa to Australia—observing and sketching rare and colorful tropical birds in their native habitat. In 1977 Al’s painting of a hooded merganser won the 45th Federal Duck Stamp Contest. Sales of this stamp generated well over 11 million dollars—all of which supported the Department of Interior’s Federal Duck Stamp program to acquire wetland habitat and protect not only waterfowl but all other wildlife. At Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511. Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday noon-5.

 

Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Every Day until April 15, 2018

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