BIRD EGGS: MUSEUM MODELS
February 8, 2007
Elizabeth Koval Maffeo created life-size models of six different kinds of Bird eggs for Lindsay Wildlife Museum. The purpose of the Egg models is help identify the bird egg by shape and coloring. Displaying model egg last longer that trying to display real eggs.

Twelve Bird Eggs created for
Lindsay Wildlife Museum.


Crow Eggs: Sculpted and measured.

Crow Eggs: Painted Egg models.


Crow Eggs: Real Eggs shown
with the Egg Models.


Kestrel Eggs: Sculpted and measured.

Kestrel Eggs: Painted Egg Models.


Kestrel Eggs: Real Eggs shown
with the Egg Models.


Killdeer Eggs: Sculpted and measured.

Killdeer Eggs: Painted Egg Models.


Killdeer Eggs: Real Eggs shown
with the Egg Models.


Red-winged Blackbird Eggs:
Sculpted and measured.

Red-winged Blackbird Eggs: Painted Egg Models.


Red-winged Blackbird Eggs:
Real Eggs shown with the Egg Models.


Baltmore Oriole Eggs:
Sculpted and measured.

Baltmore Oriole Eggs:
Painted Egg Models.


Baltmore Oriole Eggs:
Real Eggs shown with the Egg Models.


Hummingbird Eggs:
Sculpted and measured.

Hummingbird Eggs:
Painted Egg Models.


Hummingbird Eggs:
Real Eggs shown with the Egg Models.


LWM Bird Eggs viewed together

LWM Bird Eggs: Killdeer and Kestrel viewed together.


LWM Bird Eggs: Baltmore Oriole and Red-winged Blackbird vieqwed together.


   
 
 
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