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Audubon, John James

Syllabification: Au·du·bon, John James
Pronunciation: /ˈôdəˌbän
 
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Definition of Audubon, John James in English:

( 1785–1851), US naturalist and artist. His most notable work is The Birds of America (1827–38), in which he portrayed even the largest birds life-size and painted them in action.

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