We’ve recently delivered our work for the Audubon Society,the U.S. bird-conservation nonprofit that works toward common flyway conservation goals. The Audubon network divides its conservation efforts along four different north-south networks, to match migratory routes the birds it strives to protect.
We’ve been designing and producing a set of maps for their 2013 annual report.
Their organization is broken into four “flyways,” (Pacific, Central, Mississippi, and Atlantic) and in the report they included a four-page gatefold map of each flyway we designed and produced.
As they write: “Audubon’s partnership with Esri is allowing us to create detailed maps that guide our conservation work. Maps built using scientific data to paint a clear picture of conservation needs and impacts in a particular area are powerful tools when advocating for funding, political action, and partnerships that will help us reach our strategic goals.”
Design: Marco Bernardi, Michele Graffieti, with Federica Fragapane, Francesco Majno.
Direction: Giorgia Lupi, Simone Quadri, Gabriele Rossi