Harpy Eagle painting used to support conservation education
One of the objectives of David's Flag Expedition was to utilize artwork to help educate the public on the key role Harpy Eagles play in the maintenance of a healthy ecosystem. In that spirit, David has donated the use of one of his Harpy Eagle images.
The Audubon Society of Panama, in conjunction with the Patronato Amigos del Águila Harpía (Harpy Eagle Friends Foundation) have produced bookmarks of David's "Harpy Eagle - Portraits." The Harpy Eagle is Panama's national bird, and the bookmarks are designed to promote its appreciation and conservation.
Five thousand bookmars have been printed. They have already been given to teachers during an environmental gathering organized by ANAM (Panama's Environmental Authority), where more than 200 teachers from all over the country were in attendance, as well as to grade and high school children during Audubon Society's bird watching and avitourism talks.
Direct Correspondence to:
David Kitler c/o Eyes for the Wild Art
11 2255 Drive W
Canada T1S 5E9 Tel: 403-938-2726