Bay Area Soon 2018, Environmental Exhibit of Art, Artist: Stamen, Third Near Mission, San Francisco, California
The mural, which is 60 feet long and at the corner of Mission and Third Streets in San Francisco, is about the impact that climate change will have on bird populations in the Golden Gate Recreational Area, just north of San Francisco, using data from the Audubon Birds & Climate Report. [from Stamen website]
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Other Birds
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(Date Photographed: 15:02:55 Wednesday 17 October 2019)
(Date Published: Saturday 29 December 2018)
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Other potential birds include the Mottled duck.


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The Sign
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(Date Photographed: 15:02:23 Wednesday 17 October 2019)
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The sign on the exhibit described the reason behind it. That rising temperatures will effect migratary bird populations.


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Future Birds
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(Date Photographed: 15:02:50 Wednesday 17 October 2019)
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Migratory birds that will enter the San Francisco Bay Area in the future if temperatures continue to rise. Such as the White ibis.


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Potential Colonization
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(Date Photographed: 15:02:53 Wednesday 17 October 2019)
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The rightmost part of the mural showed Potential Colonization of birds that will happen if temperatures continue to rise. For example, the Fish crow.


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Bird Exhibit
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(Date Photographed: 15:01:51 Wednesday 17 October 2019)
(Date Published: Saturday 29 December 2018)
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A mural depicting individual bird species was erected on the sidewalk next to the YBCA center (Yerba Buena Center for the Arts) and across the street from the Museum Of Modern Art.


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The Bay Area Now
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(Date Photographed: 15:03:17 Wednesday 17 October 2019)
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The Bay area now section of the exhibit included Bonaparte's gull.


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Potential Extirpation
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(Date Photographed: 15:03:19 Wednesday 17 October 2019)
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A section of the exhibit that listed birds that might potentially vanish as temperatures continue to rise. They include the Horned lark.


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More Potential Extirpation
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(Date Photographed: 15:03:23 Wednesday 17 October 2019)
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Other birds that may vanish include the Hermit thrush.


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And Yet More Potential Extirpation
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(Date Photographed: 15:03:26 Wednesday 17 October 2019)
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Among the even more birds that might vanish was the Red-necked grebe.


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Birds Unaffected
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(Date Photographed: 15:03:58 Wednesday 17 October 2019)
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Birds unaffected by temperature rise include the Purple finch and Pacific loon.


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