Accidental Migrants Installation of migratory birds who connect the ecologies of Acadia & Ayiti for the 2019 Ghetto Biennale Sorting through open source images of Ruby-throated hummingbirds & cedar waxwings. Both birds are considered ‘accidental migrants’ from the northeast. The woodworking community that makes up Lakou Basile are carving representations of these photographs to learn relationships of flowers with pollinating hummingbirds & fruit dispersal through birds. The woodblocks will be sent to the SEED Barn and used to demonstrate printing techniques of Ukiyo-e style of woodblock printing during the 2020 season. In hopes this exchange ignites consideration of geographic relationships and how we maintain ties to lands which host migratory wildlife we enjoy throughout the Maritime region during the summer. Ruby-throated Hummingbird Cedar Waxwing Cedar Waxwing Ruby-throated hummingbird Ruby-throated hummingbird defending her territory Basile Wesner installs images sourced from the commons through his home during the 2019 ghetto biennale Rossi Jacques Casimir is instigating this project & is credited with the documentation in this article.