Helpful "Lynx" below...
Watercolor, pen & ink, nature journals
Wholesale inquiries will be considered, please contact me directly if interested.
"LYNX" FROM WILDTALES
American Museum of Natural History at New York City amnh.org
A wonderful museum and resouce next to Central Park in NYC.
Leavenworth Spring Bird Fest at leavenworthspringbirdfest.com
This annual celebration of all things bird - field trips, lectures, restoration workshops, music, arts - in the Wenatchee River area.
Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center
Established in 1939, the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center is dedicated to the history, arts, sciences and the rich diversity of this region and its people. A local source for both science and art explorations.
Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History at Washington DC websites (to further your love and to discover the intrigue of the natural world):
Amphibians and Reptiles acsmith.si.edu/herpsDBintro.html
U.S. Forest Service at fs.fed.us/r6/wenatchee
On this USFS site you can learn more about the Ranger Districts on the Wenatchee National Forest, updates on current projects, issues, and recreation opportunities on National Forests.
The North Cascades Institute at ncascades.org
The Wenatchee River Salmon Festival at salmonfest.org
The Burke Museum, at the University of Washingtonwashington.edu/burkemuseum
The Washington Park Botanical Gardens, at the University of Washington depts.washington.edu/urbhort
The Chelan Douglas Land Trust at cdlandtrust.org
Wenatchee River Institute - wenatcheeriverinstitute.org
The Wildlife Society at wildlife.org
National professional society for wildlife biologists. In this site you can find the latest wildlife issues, current research in the field of wildlife biology, and helpful information on becoming a wildlife biologist.
Washington Chapter of The Wildlife Society at washingtonwildlifesoc.org
Wenatchee Naturalist - wenatcheenaturalist.com
Drawing from the Inside Out - barbarakerwin.com/drawingfromtheinsideout
Icicle Creek Center for the Arts - icicle.org
The Guild of Natural Science Illustrators at www.gnsi.org
Founded by the Smithsonian Institution in 1968, this organization is dedicated to the high standards and competence of professional ethics in natural science illustration. The Guild provides continued educational programs throughout the USA. "This is an amazing Guild to be a member of!" - HAW Murphy
Dancing With Birds at birdday.org/birdday/free-materials?id=175
Sponsored by BirdDay.org and the Environment For The Americas, this project was co-developed by Heather Murphy and Rhona Baron. Linking music, dance, art and natural history displays; Dancing With Birds explores neotropical migratory birds and the cultures they span.
Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage www.folklife.si.edu
Artistic Inspirations: Documenting Nature article
The Grunewald Guild at grunewaldguild.com
Located in Plain, Washington (between Leavenworth and Lake Wenatchee) this instructional campus is a center for learning about faith through the arts. On occassion you may find me teaching classes or participating in their Artist In Residence program.
Stehekin Arts and Humanties are reported in stehekinchoice.com
Jeffrey Moose Gallery in Seattle, WA at jeffreymoosegallery.com/
Representing my artwork.
The Radio Mechanics a science fiction "short" film, staring Patrick Murphy
Notecards, artwork, illustrations, stories and text by Heather Murphy, Wildlife Biologist, Artist & Nature Writer, in Leavenworth, Washington. All Artwork and Text is copyright protected by Heather Murphy © 1997 to 2017 -- Walleye Cards, LLC