BIRDLINK - Four Sites in NYC
Crotona Park, Bronx starts in 2021
BIRDLINK At Williamsburg's Marsha P. Johnson State Park
Summer 2018 - Ongoing
BIRDLINK is in its second year at East River Sate Park. It is now offers a research opportunity re: plant/seed dispersal and biodiversity that will be approached using bioacoustic monitoring devices.
BIRDLINK On Manhattan’s Lower East Side
June 2019 at Sara D Roosevelt Park
At Sara D. Roosevelt Park on Manhattan’s Lower East Side : June – November 2019. This park in a busy, diverse neighborhood also hosts the Chinese Hua Mei Bird Garden for exotic caged songbirds. BIRDLINK attracts the wild birds that reside or migrate through the city with native plants at ground and middle canopy levels. It responds to community interests, highlights the shared the urban ecosystem and bridge cultural differences through the universal of birds.
BIRDLINK has proved its concept at public installations and is ready to expand. The goal of the BIRDLINK Network is to link green spaces across a region to create wildlife corridors. Multiple simultaneous installations, including smaller and larger scaled designs, fit various spaces, audiences, and budgets.
Public Installation Sites:
- College / University Campuses
- Traffic Triangles
- Botanical Gardens
- Roadway Medians
Integration of vertical & horizontal plantings: BIRDLINK is a vertical manifestation of a north eastern American meadow.