The above picture of John James Audubon in the wilderness is painted on the walls of one of the rooms of the house where he lived in Audubon, Pennsylvania. For a better view, click on the picture.
On the left wall is a collection of stuffed owls and other birds. In the far corner is a small collection of some of his bird art.
This picture shows a collection of many different kinds of bird eggs with a ring-necked pheasant on top of the wooden egg storage case. When I was a kid, the ring-necked pheasant was fairly common. Now most of their habitat is gone and one rarely sees them in this area.