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For The Birds: The Birdsong Project Partners with Australian Design Studio Eggpicnic on T-Shirt Benefitting the Birds

Eggpicnic Supports the National Audubon Society, the non-profit bird conservation organization

For The Birds: The Birdsong Project Partners with Australian Design Studio Eggpicnic on T-Shirt Benefitting the Birds

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Thursday, November 2nd, 2023 - For the Birds: The Birdsong Project is furthering its total commitment to bird conservation today with the announcement of its latest partnership with Australian-based design studio Eggpicnic. 

Officially available today, the 100% sustainably sourced cotton and screen printed t-shirt is priced at $50 plus shipping ($8.95 for US shipping). For more information about the t-shirt’s sustainability and ethical practices visit here and purchase here. Eggpicnic supports the National Audubon Society, a non-profit conservation organization dedicated to protecting birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow. We’re collaborating with the National Audubon Society and The Birdsong Project on this limited edition item, to celebrate the joy birds bring to our lives and bring attention to the message they have for us about the environmental threats we all face.

In case you missed, The Birdsong Project is the sweeping collection of 242 recordings by leading artists inspired by birdsong that has been prominently featured by the NY Times,The Guardian, NPR MusicRolling Stone, and CBS Sunday Morning. It was released digitally over the course of five volumes, in 2022 and you can listen to the full collection HERE.

Co-created by Grammy Award-winning music supervisor Randall Poster (Martin Scorsese, Wes Anderson, Todd Haynes) and Executive Producer Rebecca Reagan, it was released as an art-filled, 20-LP box set featuring Yoko Ono, Elvis Costello, Laurie Anderson, Yo-Yo Ma, Beck, Karen O, Tilda Swinton, Robert Pattinson, Jeff Goldblum, Greta Gerwig and many more to benefit the National Audubon Society. For the Birds: The Birdsong Project has been dedicated to protecting birdlife representing cultures from 31 countries, from small towns in Northwest Africa to the rural countryside of Ireland and bustling cities like Paris, Tokyo, and New York.


Of the collaboration, Eggpicnic Founders, Designers and Birders say: 

“This collaboration with the Birdsong Project is very meaningful to us. Growing up and living in North America, I developed a deep longing for the birds that used to be a part of my life. I hold dear memories of three distinct and iconic bird species: the American Robin, Northern Cardinal, and Black-capped Chickadee, featured in our collaboration. Since moving to Australia, we have witnessed impressive strides in global conservation efforts. However, the challenges faced by birds have continued to rapidly evolve. The Birdsong Project’s work, which seamlessly weaves together the worlds of birds and art in all their forms, is exceptionally important in its role of raising public support for the birds around the world and we’re honoured to be a part of this. We hope this collaboration serves as a reminder of our deep-seated connection with birds, anywhere in the world, reinforcing our commitment to their protection. “

"I couldn't be more excited to launch our first collaboration with Eggpicnic,” adds Birdsong’s Randall Poster. “Camila and Chris have become stalwarts in supporting The Birdsong Project. I am very grateful for their support." 


Additional content will include music videos, meditations, and more from Max Joseph, David Orr, Spring Summer, The Birdsong Project’s Executive Producer Rebecca Reagan, and other members of this burgeoning creative community.  

Stay tuned for more to come from The Birdsong Project.

About Eggpicnic

Eggpicnic is an acclaimed design studio devoted to wildlife conservation set up by designers and birders Camila De Gregorio and Christopher Macaluso. They produce art prints and public art to end wildlife extinction through education and to raise public support for birdlife worldwide. They actively support conservation programs, with profits from their work directly donated to support scientific research. 

In 2023, their work was selected to illuminate the façade of the Australian Parliament House and for Vivid Sydney 2023, with their animations projected on all four pylons of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Their work has been transformed into impressive large-scale public art installations, commissioned by the City of Sydney, the City of Melbourne, Sydney Olympic Park, and at Bondi Beach. Recognised for their artistic excellence, they received accolades from the Sydney Opera House in 2019. Collaborating closely with scientists, they initiated a joint research project with Dr. Kate Umbers from the School of Science at Western Sydney University to quantify the tangible impact of art on conservation efforts.


About The Birdsong Society

Born out of the For The Birds: The Birdsong Project, we proudly announce The Birdsong Society. This new collective will unite Artists, Environmentalists, and Innovators to build a culturally diverse community of collaborators supporting and celebrating the birds.

The Birdsong Society will be a global force, exploring the depths of birdsong, creating art inspired by its mysterious beauty, and working to better understand our impact on birds and their environment. At the heart of our mission is the belief that birdsong is not only a powerful force for positive change but also has the potential to inspire people to live more sustainably and with greater appreciation For The Birds.

The Birdsong Society is committed to programming, including educational discussions, panels with global experts, guided meditation series (with Birdsong Project co-founder Rebecca Reagan), curated collections of Birdsong Project-inspired filmmaking, a new upcoming Shepard Fairey collaboration, and much more. Music and poetry remain central to our activities as we continue to grow. 

We strongly believe that each artist’s work is informed by the world they come from. For The Birds: The Birdsong Project represents cultures from 31 countries, spanning from small towns in Northwest Africa to the rural countryside of Ireland and bustling cities like Paris, Tokyo, and New York. This diversity is a cornerstone of our commitment to building a truly global society, The Birdsong Society.

For more information on the project, please visit

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We Are Birds.


About For the Birds: The Birdsong Project:

The Birdsong Project was produced by Randall Poster, the Grammy Award-winning producer and music supervisor known for his longtime work with Wes Anderson and Martin Scorsese. It was conceived and inspired by Executive Producer Rebecca Reagan, who brought a grand creative vision and wisdom to the project. Additional executive producers are Elliot Bergman, Stewart Lerman, and Lee Ranaldo. The project features a who's-who of decorated actors, Pulitzer prize winners, top musicians, and beyond, including Olivia Wilde, Sean Penn, Robert Pattinson, Greta Gerwig, Mark Ronson, Nick Cave, Elvis Costello, Ad-Rock, Bette Midler, Danielle Haim, Florence Welch and hundreds more. The Producers and Artists of this collection are proud donors to the National Audubon Society and its mission to protect birds and the places they need today, tomorrow, and for all of our futures.


About The National Audubon Society

The National Audubon Society protects birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow. Audubon works throughout the Americas using science, advocacy, education, and on-the-ground conservation. State programs, nature centers, chapters, and partners give Audubon an unparalleled wingspan that reaches millions of people each year to inform, inspire, and unite diverse communities in conservation action. A nonprofit conservation organization since 1905, Audubon believes in a world in which people and wildlife thrive.