John James Audubon – French-American Naturalist

John James Audubon (1785-1851) meticulously painted, catalogued, and described many North America bird species in the late eighteen century. Born with an affinity towards birds, he devoted much of his life to the all aspects of them including their nests, eggs, habitat, and pictural depiction at a very high artistic standard. Our collection of patterns contains a wide selection taken from a voluminous collection of his drawings. You’ll find geese, flamingos, teals, eagles, pelicans, herons, and buzzards. There are also a few non-bird patterns including a deer and a hare.

Patterns Included In This Set

Trumpeter Swan

White Gyrfalcons

Canadian Goose


Black-Tailed Hare

Carolina Parrots

Common American Swan

Purple Heron

American Bittern

Washington Sea Eagle

Harris’s Buzzard

Least Pewee Flycatcher

Western Blue Bird

American Dipper

Macgillivray’s Shore-Finch

Scarlet Tanager

Green Winged Teal

Ruffed Grouse

Bald Eagle

Purple Grackle

Washington Sea Eagle

Cardinal Grosbeak

Great American Sea Eagle

European Roller

Black-tailed Deer

Common Troupial

Le Contis Sharp-tailed Bunting

Double-crested Cormorant

American White Pelican

Tropic Bird