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One week left to vote for Audubon California's 2009 Bird of the Year

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  • FROST, Garrison
    Thousands of votes have been cast for Audubon California s 2009 Bird of the Year, and yet the top two birds are separated by just two percentage points. Only
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 1, 2009
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      Thousands of votes have been cast for Audubon California's 2009 Bird of the Year, and yet the top two birds are separated by just two percentage points. Only one week remains to cast votes.

      Audubon California seeks to recognize a California bird species of conservation interest that made a significant impact in 2009. All members of the public are encouraged to cast their votes online on Audubon California's website at www.ca.audubon.org<http://www.ca.audubon.org/> through Dec. 7. You can vote as many times as you like.

      You can vote for any bird, but the Audubon California Board of Directors has nominated six species in particular: California Condor, Brown Pelican, Peregrine Falcon, Acorn Woodpecker, Yellow-billed Magpie, and Western Snowy Plover.

      Garrison Frost
      Audubon California
      Emeryville, CA
      gfrost@...<mailto:gfrost%40audubon.org>

      Visit Audubon California on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Audubon-California/51110454538



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