Endangered Species Color Palettes- Juliet Whitsett

Endangered Species Color Palettes- Juliet Whitsett

Loss of our world's biodiversity is happening at a startlingly fast rate. For most of us, it's hard to understand what we have to lose when some of our most threatened species are also our rarest-which in turn means it's unlikely we've ever had a meaningful first-hand interaction with our world's listed species.With roughly ~150 threatene

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AMBASSADOR PARTY

AMBASSADOR PARTY

WHAT IS AN AMBASSADOR PARTY?It is an event designed to provoke exploration around Texas' rarest species... For one night, participants became a part of Whitsett's body of work, "Encounters wIth Biodiversity," as she invites participants as collaborators through a series of activations, and immersive participatory experiences.Participants exper

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AUDIO WILD: Hike with the Golden-Cheeked Warbler

AUDIO WILD: Hike with the Golden-Cheeked Warbler

WELCOME TO THE AUDIO WILD:Hike with the Golden-cheeked Warblerby Juliet WhitsettJuliet Whitsett Art AUDIO WILD: Hike with a Golden-Cheeked Warbler ExpertClick on the link above to engage in a virtual encounter with the Golden-Cheeked Warbler, a federally listed endangered species.THIS AUDIO WILD piece is a site-based audio artwork by Juliet Whitset

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AUDIO WILD: How to Help the Golden-Cheeked Warbler

AUDIO WILD: How to Help the Golden-Cheeked Warbler

WELCOME TO THE AUDIO WILD:How to Help the Golden-cheeked Warblerby Juliet WhitsettHOW YOU CAN HELP:Juliet Whitsett ArtAUDIO WILD: How to Help the Golden-cheeked WarblerClick on the above link to learn how you can help the Golden-cheeked Warbler, a federally listed endangered bird species.AUDIO WILD is a curated audio experience by Juliet Whitsett,

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Guadalupe Orb (Cyclonaias necki) - Mussel Art

Guadalupe Orb (Cyclonaias necki) - Mussel Art

5% of profits support Endangered & Threatened Species."Sometimes referred to as the “livers of the river,” freshwater mussels are the cornerstones of clean water. A single mussel can filter up to 15 gallons of water each day! " (Pandolfi & Cummins)COLOR PALETTE SAMPLED FROM IMAGES OF THE GUADALUPE ORB SPECIES INFO:Unfortunately, many of these

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March 16-18 SPRING BREAK CLASSES at the Bullock Museum

March 16-18 SPRING BREAK CLASSES at the Bullock Museum

Discover precious species that call Texas home with unique hands-on activities highlighting a different endangered species each day, March 16–18. Texas Artist, Juliet Whitsett, will facilitate activities each day at 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Juliet has been bringing awareness to Endangered, Threatened and Species of Greatest Conservation Need with h

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Chisos Mountain Hedgehog Cactus (Echinocereus chisoensis)

Chisos Mountain Hedgehog Cactus (Echinocereus chisoensis)

5% of profits support Endangered & Threatened Species."This species is only known from a 15 square mile patch of desert in Big Bend National Park in west Texas."- Carolyn Whiting, PhD Botanist©Juliet Whitsett |Social: @juliet_whitsett_artCOLOR PALETTE SAMPLED FROM IMAGES OF THE CHISOS MOUNTAIN HEDGEHOG CACTUS:SPECIES INFO:"This species is only

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 Texas Troglobitic Water Slater (Lirceolus smithii)

Texas Troglobitic Water Slater (Lirceolus smithii)

5% of the profits support Endangered & Threatened Species. "The Texas troglobitic water slater is an eyeless, unpigmented groundwater crustacean living within the Edwards Balcones Fault Zone Aquifer where no light present...." -FWS©Juliet Whitsett |Social: @juliet_whitsett_artPhoto credit: Hutchins et al. 2016 or Dr. Benjamin T. HutchinsSPECIES

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Mexican long-nosed bat (Leptonycteris nivalis) - Endangered

Mexican long-nosed bat (Leptonycteris nivalis) - Endangered

5% of profits support Endangered & Threatened Species.The Mexican long-nosed bat is the only federally endangered bat in Texas.©Juliet Whitsett |Social: @juliet_whitsett_artCOLOR PALETTE SAMPLED FROM IMAGES OF THE MEXICAN LONG-NOSED BATSPECIES INFO:'The Mexican long-nosed bat is the only federally endangered bat in Texas. Pregnant mothers make

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Tamaulipas Shiner 	(Notropis braytoni)

Tamaulipas Shiner (Notropis braytoni)

5% of profits support Endangered & Threatened Species.The Tamaulipas Shiner (Notropis braytoni) is a small North American freshwater fish, living in the Rio Grande drainage in Texas and northern Mexico.COLOR PALETTE SAMPLED FROM IMAGES OF THE TAMAULIPAS SHINERSPECIES INFO: TheTamaulipas Shiner (Notropis braytoni) is a small North Am

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