Bird Cloud Island exhibition spotlights native birds

Bird Cloud Island is an exhibition that is a collaboration between Scottsdale Public Art, Scottsdale Library and a local artist. Bird Cloud Island is the brainchild of Koryn Woodward Wasson. Woodward Wasson has turned a large room inside the library into a “mobile bird island” that provides shelter for birds in need and their non-feathered friends. Its goal is to raise awareness about the importance of caring for native birds but also to allow children and adults the freedom to express and use their imagination. Visitors complete tasks to earn a pin or hotel key. There are also weekly arts and crafts workshops.

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