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Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Colo Birding Trail Landowner Meeting in Pueblo Co.

The Arkansas Valley Audubon Society is hosting a Colorado Birding Trail Landowner Meeting this Wednesday in eastern Pueblo County.

· Where: St. Therese Catholic Church community room
1136 Lane 36 in Vineland (between Pueblo & Avondale)
· When: Wednesday, June 14th, 6 – 7:30 p.m.
· Who: All interested landowners, residents, business owners
· Cost: $0. Light dinner (deli sandwiches, cookies and beverages)
o will be provided by the Arkansas Valley Audubon Society

The Birding Trail offers a chance to:
--diversify rural economies;
--showcase excellent land stewardship on the part of private landowners;
--promote conservation;
--educate the general public about the importance of agriculture and private lands.

The Birding Trail is a set of driving routes that will link outdoor recreation sites, both public and private, into a network of places where visitors can observe birds and other wildlife, often in addition to archaeological and paleontological treasures. The Trail will offer free promotion to selected sites and communities that feature access to these resources. The Birding Trail will be launched in eastern Colorado in the fall of 2006, and will consist of an integrated website with digital trail maps, detailed descriptions of Birding Trail sites, and suggested travel routes. We will also provide printed maps to involved communities for distribution to tourists.


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